It’s Not The Same


It’s not the same. It looks the same. But, it’s not. I know because I made the picture after I published all the train pictures on Sunday. Let me tell you. I didn’t make the picture because of the engine, although the bright red helped… a lot. I made the picture because of the wonderfulContinue reading “It’s Not The Same”

Deeper Than Dreams


There is something about a red rose especially when it is growing in the middle of winter. It struck me as one of those little miracles that make me smile. Lately, there have been a lot of things that make me smile. It started right around January 20. The change of presidential administrations helped aContinue reading “Deeper Than Dreams”

The Blue Distance


Life in a cartoon. Any choice that I made that turned out good was a lucky guess. Well. That sounds terrible. I have to be honest, I almost feel like retiring from the photo business. And, from the art of it. I was scrolling through Facebook when I came to a local NPR post. GwenContinue reading “The Blue Distance”

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”

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”

Into The Red


All patience is gone. I’ve had nothing but technical problems here. I spoke to the minions — oh wait, I meant automattitions — at WordPress. They say that I don’t understand the block system. Really? Nobody understands the block system. The only people who really do are the coders who work for their VIP clients.Continue reading “Into The Red”

It’s All Light


Fall. This is supposed to what it looks like. Bright orange, yellow and red. Leaves on the ground. That’s autumn. That’s fall. A change of seasons between summer and winter. The air cools. It dries out. I’m not dripping wet from humidity. I feel like being out a lot more. That’s what this picture isContinue reading “It’s All Light”

Swamp Grass During Fall


Since I refer to New Orleans as swampville, I thought that it might be a good idea to show you some of the prettier views of fall in the swamp. I think this photograph fits that nicely. If you want real wet and muddy swamp land I’ll have to take a little drive. That’s fineContinue reading “Swamp Grass During Fall”

Half The Sky


Changes in the weather can be extreme. Yesterday, the high temperature was 86 degrees. Today, we likely won’t get much above 60 degrees. I love it. The all seeing dog will love it. Some weather people are calling it a cold front. Maybe so, but it leads us right into cooler dryer weather. So. FallContinue reading “Half The Sky”

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