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”

Crayon Angels


It’s a great day for experiments. Rainy. Kind of cold. We’ve had a lot of rain since yesterday. Supposedly, there are three or four more inches on the way. So, I used a new app. I’ve used it once in the past. I’ll get into the technical aspects of that on the right hand column.Continue reading “Crayon Angels”

On And On It Goes


Luckily for all of us, WordPress made a lot of changes in the block system. They announced it today. I use the word luckily in a snarky tongue in cheek way. I am convinced they “improve” their apps because they want to keep their staff employed. I guess during these pandemic times that’s a goodContinue reading “On And On It Goes”

Green Eggs And Ham


Hmm, I thought. Maybe there are no green eggs and ham. I knew that wasn’t right so I thought a Dr. Suess-like photograph might help. I’m sure that by now you are all aware of the controversy cause by Theodore Geisel’s estate removing six of his books from publication. No. This is not part ofContinue reading “Green Eggs And Ham”

Here I Am


“Life doesn’t wave as it’s speeding by. Better grab on fast and hold on tight. And don’t ever forget to fight this good fight. Here I am.” It’s a calling. I make pictures for myself first, and then for everybody else. I’m there for myself but being there for everybody else comes in a closeContinue reading “Here I Am”

Just Want To See


Pastel Sky, looking like a water color. That wasn’t my intention, but that’s what happened. In this day of all things digital photographers are trying to make their work look like anything but photography. I understand the need to take things to the next level. I do it myself more times than not. Just don’tContinue reading “Just Want To See”

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”

Postcard Blues


You could see it coming from miles away. The storm. The cold. The wind. Luckily, we didn’t have heavy rainfall. Maybe a couple of inches. But, we are having a cold spell that is as cold and long as anything in recent memory. I’ll tell you more about this picture in the right hand column.Continue reading “Postcard Blues”

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