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”

The Red of the Picture


And, so it shall be. No more political talk, except to say Twitter banned Trump – HA, HA. I’ve been looking for ways to express myself artistically until I start my project. You remember? The Jefferson Highway Project. First, I have to motivate myself to actually drive around. It doesn’t help that our CoVid-19 numbersContinue reading “The Red of the Picture”

A New Man


I’m only sleeping. So said John Lennon. He may have been speaking for me. I went to bed last night. I got up once at about 7am to make sure the dogs went out to do their thing. I did my morning stretches. Looked at the bed and decided to read the news. It’s almostContinue reading “A New Man”

On and On it Goes


Green. I like green. It’s a symbol of life. For plants it’s a symbol of health. We talk about the greens of summer. For folks in the north where the first snow has already fallen, they envy us down here right about now. Of course our summers are like the second coming of hell. AContinue reading “On and On it Goes”

On Your Shore


There is something that I’ve mentioned is the past. I’m repeating myself. Some of you replied that it didn’t matter because nature changes in subtle ways. Some of you were wrong. After I made this picture I happened to scroll through my Storyteller archive. Guess what? Not only did I find a a very similarContinue reading “On Your Shore”

You Never Know


It’s a funny thing. A couple people told me to stay safe during Hurricane Delta even though I said it was nowhere near us. I suppose most people don’t really understand Louisiana’s geography. New Orleans is about 300 miles east of Lake Charles, where a hurricane will hit for the third time in about twoContinue reading “You Never Know”

Summer Night Sticks To My Skin


After yesterday’s rant I calmed down. I brought my thoughts back to what really matters. Reflection and review brought me to a quiet place. We all need a quiet place. Especially now, when external forces are attacking us from everywhere. As Bob Dylan once wrote, “You won’t get out of here unscathed.” And, they won’t.Continue reading “Summer Night Sticks To My Skin”

Encore


The greatest story ever told. Maybe not the greatest, but very close. I’ve been looking for more upbeat thoughts. I heard one yesterday. A friend of mine said that his wife had stage four cancer. Note that word. Had. Usually at that point it’s all over but the funeral. Not this time. Somehow she wasContinue reading “Encore”

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