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”

Fathers And Sons


We listened to a podcast this morning that stopped me in my tracks. It’s a conversation between Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen. I know what some of you are thinking. It’s not about that. Liberal or Conservative, Democrat or Republican, this is worth listening to. You’ll learn something about the two men. More importantly, youContinue reading “Fathers And Sons”

The Days That Used To Be


This is one of those posts in which the photograph has nothing to do with the text. That happens sometimes. A friend of mine who is much smarter than me reminded me of the day. I’d almost forgotten. I went to last year’s daybook and found that she was right. One year ago today isContinue reading “The Days That Used To Be”

Danger Bird


Amazon pictures is the problem. Every time that I open it up I find more and more “lost” pictures. It doesn’t help that I’m a little lost myself. You’d think that I want to travel. I don’t. Although some big news about travel happened yesterday via Live Nations’ president Michael Rapino. He’s booked the threeContinue reading “Danger Bird”

Where The Wild Things Grow


This doesn’t happen very often, but when the sky lights up like this it’s usually in winter, with nice low, golden light. Because I know that some of you may be wondering, I had my “procedure” yesterday. It lasted for less than two hours, which includes a mountain of paperwork and a billion questions. TheContinue reading “Where The Wild Things Grow”

Party At Ground Zero


The scene. Bare trees lined up in an interesting shape with blue sky directly about and storm clods moving into thelocation. You’d think that would be an easy picture to make. You’d be wrong. This picture took an act of God in post production which I’ll get to in the right hand column. I wantContinue reading “Party At Ground Zero”

Dry The Rain


Trees. One of my favorite things in all of life. This one was remarkable because it just extended up and up and up. It is no optical trick. A strange thing has happened to me on the way to pictures. And, other stuff. I’m slowing down. I don’t mean the speed at which I walk,Continue reading “Dry The Rain”

One Time, One Night


Golden light. I love it. For sure, I enhanced it. How could I not? I want you to see what I felt, or to feel what I saw. Works either way, doesn’t it? I’m going to try to stay on track and discuss art stuff. That’s ambiguous enough. Art stuff. First, the music. I feltContinue reading “One Time, One Night”

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