The deep blue. So. I talked to the fine folks at WordPress. I asked them how I could do some of the simple things that I used to do in the days before blocks. They told me that I couldn’t. I asked them why they keep claiming that blocks are more flexible. They told me […]


Another trip into the green. This time it’s ferns. The really deep green feathery kind. The ones that if you didn’t know better you’d jump into because they look so soft. They aren’t. Don’t do it. This is going to be a little short because Queen Kim’s second line jazz funeral is being held today. […]


Red. The color of fire and blood, of intensity, passion, desire and love. Maybe that’s it. Maybe so many people are worn out by the five months we’ve been through that there’s no passion. No intensity. Maybe that’s the answer. Maybe it’s time to put on our pants and get to work. That’s what the […]


A rose by any other name… Or, something like that. We reached a point in the year when first blooms are dying. No worries. New blooms are on the way. This started me think about life cycles. Eventually, I arrived at our pandemic, CoVid 19, as how people are reacting to it or not, as […]


I saw it. I photographed it. I added to it. That’s the story of this picture. But, what’s the story behind it? Taking chances. I could say that a lot of my career was based on taking chances. I could say that I photographed on the edge. The edge of what? The edge of technical […]


The sky turned really dark. Even the dog who shows me stuff didn’t want to be out. She did her “business” and headed for home. She’s no fool. She doesn’t like water falling on her from above. For most of us, this is nothing unusual. Summer rain. It blows in from the Gulf of Mexico. […]


Southern light. Gulf light. I was told just the other day that our light is special because of the humidity. Supposedly, it is more creamy. I’m not sure about that. Humidity is caused by airborne water droplets. They reflect red light, making blue skies muddy. Sort of gray. That’s just science. Optics. I suppose if […]


No. I didn’t. I didn’t forget about it. I bet you thought that I did. The water project. I work in bits and pieces. I keep ideas filed away in my brain. When I see something that I think might work I photograph it. That takes time. I find if I look for these elements […]