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”

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”

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 Slow Ride


Down in the swamp. No restaurants. No bars. No Mardi Gras parades. No fools. No fun. No matter. We have nature. We have a mild climate during the winter months. So. We have scenes like this in January. Even if the trees look like they do in your neighborhood durning autumn, I assure you thatContinue reading “The Slow Ride”

Going Home


Remnants. Left overs of the summer just past. Leaves, grass, pine droppings. A lot of nature on a forest floor. Or, what passes for a forest in the city. Of course, this isn’t all one picture. More layering came into play. But, it speaks to the detritus that everything leaves behind. Nature’s leavings are fine.Continue reading “Going Home”

Shady Grove


Testing. This is the third time that I’ve tried designing this post. It doesn’t help to save your work because it is saved in some other format. So, you start over, And, over. Some comments. Anyone who has taken the time to reply to my WordPress-based rants has nothing good to say about the BlockContinue reading “Shady Grove”

I Tried Going West


We seem to be headed backward. The governor closed all of the bars statewide. Actually, he just renewed their closings. If things don’t improve by cutting infections in a little more than half, we may revert to phase one. That’s the one where we stay home, eat too much and start day drinking. For some,Continue reading “I Tried Going West”

You Ain’t Going Nowhere


Some say that I don’t like sunsets. Those folks would be wrong. I like sunsets. I like what they represent. I like their color. I like their power. I like them when they are peeking through trees. I like their light. I like to see where their light falls. But, those folks do speak withContinue reading “You Ain’t Going Nowhere”

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