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”

Into The Morning Light


Once upon a time. I lived in New Mexico. We lived there after Hurricane Katrina hammered New Orleans. We needed a little peace. Solitude. Quitetude. I don’t know how long we planned to stay. I thought maybe a year or two. It turned out to be almost five years. We heard the pounding of theContinue reading “Into The Morning Light”

Mistakes


One day in winter when the sun was starting to lower, I saw the it explode behind a tree. Light and color went flying everywhere. I left without my hat. After seeing the image on the monitor I started thinking random thoughts. Again. I have a friend who lives in Vermont. The state has doneContinue reading “Mistakes”

Bleak Mid-Winter


Sometimes you look and see. Sometimes you only look. Despite my talking about not being able to produce good pictures or think creatively, I keep making photographs. I must be seeing. I think I want to move forward into another kind of photography. I’m tired of making faux nature pictures. A couple of you suggestedContinue reading “Bleak Mid-Winter”

I Tried Going West


Running on empty. I don’t know if it is the pandemic, the political situation or just 2020 — where anything where happens — or something else. I usually take some time to think about my last year. Some of it, in 2019, was pretty good. The rest not so much. I could have done better.Continue reading “I Tried Going West”

Wild Tales


Exploded. The light exploded. The developed and processed image actually caught me by surprise. It did everything I didn’t think that it would. Which brings me to this. “Everything that I didn’t think it would.” Sounds just about life. I got caught out this morning. I was listening to a song from home, when itContinue reading “Wild Tales”

Changing In Mid-Stream


Never fails. Just when I said that the sky was clear, blue and bright, this happens. It didn’t last long. The clouds just blew in another cold front. I could wear long pants all day, yesterday. That’s something. I think. I’ve been doing some cogitating. I’m having trouble moving forward creatively. I read something aContinue reading “Changing In Mid-Stream”

Inspiration


It comes when it comes. Inspiration. I was talking with a friend a couple of nights ago when she said that inspiration is everywhere. I know that. But, I forgot that I did. So. Here’s the best possible example. We had a big day out. We went places. Well, two places. The gasoline store andContinue reading “Inspiration”

Sunrise, Sunrise, I Can See It


Sometimes it’s all light and color with just a hint of subject matter. Sometimes it’s more. This picture straddles both, leaning to the previous. It’s sort of musical. That’s just as well. It’s been a musical sort of day. The musicians in my life have been playing sort of tag with me and I withContinue reading “Sunrise, Sunrise, I Can See It”

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