On My Wilderness


Walking and seeing. That’s what’s been happening lately. For some reason unknown to me, I seem to have recovered my ability to see. It may have been my own doing. I started trying to make art that wasn’t me. I was trying to tailor my work to a certain gallery, rather than find a galleryContinue reading “On My Wilderness”

For a Brand New Day


Like just about everyone else who could watch it, we watched it. We watched a new president be sworn in as a very small crowd watched. For many of us it was areligious experience. I think the administration planned it that way. It was all inclusive. It was inspiring. It moved everyone in this houseContinue reading “For a Brand New Day”

9:20 Special


A bunch of tests. I’m always trying to learn something, anything, from the WordPress block system. Let’s see how you like the lead column to be smaller than the technical column. This is a good day to do it because of the subject matter, graffiti on an old train car. From my limited knowledge thisContinue reading “9:20 Special”

Bleak Mid-Winter


Sometimes you look and see. Sometimes you only look. Despite my talking about not being able to produce good pictures or think creatively, I keep making photographs. I must be seeing. I think I want to move forward into another kind of photography. I’m tired of making faux nature pictures. A couple of you suggestedContinue reading “Bleak Mid-Winter”

Winter in Green


You say toemato. I say tahmato. You say winter, I just smile. I made this picture yesterday when the temperature was around 60 degrees. The wind was blowing and well be back down in our so-called deep freeze later today. So-called because even though it’s been cold for us, you are probably thinking is heContinue reading “Winter in Green”

Some Say


Funny things are happening. This picture is an example of them. It’s winter. It’s fairly cold. But, it feels like spring. That’s why I made this photograph. It is spring-like. I’ll get into the technical stuff in the right hand column. Over here, I’d like to discuss feeling. How a picture makes the viewer feelContinue reading “Some Say”

Cold, Cold Sky


Cold. Cold. Cold sky. It looks like a winter sky. It is a winter sky. I suppose that’s because it’s winter. I like winter. The air feels good to me. My energy rises as opposed to summer when I slink about in the shadows. It looks we have another week of interesting events. Never inContinue reading “Cold, Cold Sky”

My Eyes Look In


The wars I lost I shouldn’t have fought. That little phrase has more than one meaning. It could mean a literal war. It doesn’t. It could mean some kind of power struggle. That could be, but not. It could mean an internal war, the worst kind. It does. I’m not really talking about career issues.Continue reading “My Eyes Look In”

The Blue Distance


Life in a cartoon. Any choice that I made that turned out good was a lucky guess. Well. That sounds terrible. I have to be honest, I almost feel like retiring from the photo business. And, from the art of it. I was scrolling through Facebook when I came to a local NPR post. GwenContinue reading “The Blue Distance”

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