Time After Time


What a storm. First the phones went off. Tornado warnings. Get under the sink or something like that. First, came the lightning. Big bolts. They lit up the entire sky. For that milli-second, you could see everything. Then the thunder started. The loudest, longest rolls of thunder I think I’ve ever heard. Then, the rainContinue reading “Time After Time”

In The Beginning


I keep saying that I really should work with a real camera rather than a cellphone camera. This picture is a great example of why. This picture needs about no depth of field to help those tall wildflowers to stand out. There’s a way to do it in the phone, but it takes along timeContinue reading “In The Beginning”

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”

Mother of Muses


So, people are saying spring is finally upon us. Down here in The Gulf Coast we’ve had spring for about a month. But, in the last day spring exploded. The greens are greener. The flowers are vibrant. Leaves have just exploded out of their slumber. Luckily, it’s still cool bordering on cold. In a monthContinue reading “Mother of Muses”

Hey Tomorrow


Sometimes pictures aren’t really about things so much as they are about what they make the viewer feel. I was playing around with layering when suddenly I smiled. This picture was on my monitor. It helped me feel lighter. I was talking with a friend of mine about what art in general did for theContinue reading “Hey Tomorrow”

The First Day


Long ago and far away. Ten years. 1,000 miles. New Mexico is in my head. I was able to put it away for a while. OnOne archived all the work it could find on my computer’s hard drive and on one of my portables. It found images that were “lost.” They were not necessarily lostContinue reading “The First Day”

Naked To The Eye


The weather turned a little cold and very bright. So, I started chasing my project. I found an old house with a statue in front. The Virgin Mary protects the house. The house protects the occupants. I don’t know much about this place. There were no cars in the street or in the short drivewayContinue reading “Naked To The Eye”

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