Where I Like It Best


Don’t ask me. I have no idea why the doors and windows are upside down. I just chalk it up to living in the Land of Enchantment. Somebody really got enchanted when they were working on this building. I found this place one day after having lunch in the barrio, which is located well pastContinue reading “Where I Like It Best”

Life Is A Highway


This is one of those days when the picture has nothing to do with the topics. In fact, I have two subjects that I’d like to discuss. But first, this is a road on the back side of the Sandia Mountain Range, making it slightly northeast of Albuquerque. Often, search for a PAD meant takingContinue reading “Life Is A Highway”

The Story


Once upon a time. I made an executive decision last night while I was searching for a particular picture. I didn’t find it, but I did find something called the PAD project. PAD is the acronym for picture a day. I forced myself to make one picture everyday whether I had paying work or not.Continue reading “The Story”

Out Of The Woods


Seems a bit like summer. At least in this picture. Of course, it’s spring. Sometimes one fills in for the other. Often in picture making or film making one thing approximates another. There are filters that the movie business uses called “Day for Night.” I’ve used it on some photographs. It may work when theContinue reading “Out Of The Woods”

Out Of The Woods


Yes. What do you see? Pictures like this one take some seeing or you’ll just pass them by. But, you must be careful. You may see the things that you want to see, not bothering with reality. We all do it. We do it in relationships. I’m not talking about romantic ones. I’m talking aboutContinue reading “Out Of The Woods”

Time After Time


What a storm. First the phones went off. Tornado warnings. Get under the sink or something like that. First, came the lightning. Big bolts. They lit up the entire sky. For that milli-second, you could see everything. Then the thunder started. The loudest, longest rolls of thunder I think I’ve ever heard. Then, the rainContinue reading “Time After Time”

In The Beginning


I keep saying that I really should work with a real camera rather than a cellphone camera. This picture is a great example of why. This picture needs about no depth of field to help those tall wildflowers to stand out. There’s a way to do it in the phone, but it takes along timeContinue reading “In The Beginning”

It’s All Good


Dusk is one of my favorite working hours. The blues are powerful yet quiet. Other colors just seem to pop in the sky. Whatever light left in the sky glows. It’s nature at her best. It’s a time in the day when the worries and stress of the daylight hours seem to melt away. InContinue reading “It’s All Good”

Help Me Understand


The dogs don’t understand. Holiday or not, they want their walks. Even the aging dog who sees things still wants to go for long walks, just not as fast. That’s okay with me. I get the chance to look around and see stuff. I saw this scene about ten minutes into our walk. Then… nothing.Continue reading “Help Me Understand”

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