Directions


As the calendar turns I thought I would start on something that I haven’t done in a long time. Black and white photography for you. Not only that, but it’s new work, not archival as I’ve done in the past. My time may be winding down here. It seems that WordPress wants Storyteller to beContinue reading “Directions”

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”

The Leaf


A little rain fell. The water cleared and cooled the air. It also left little droplets on the leaves that weren’t calling it quits for autumn. I generally have problems with rain drops. I cannot keep them sharp. I got lucky. That, or I picked the proper focal length for this kind of work. It’sContinue reading “The Leaf”

Color of the Sun


Relaxation. For most of us the water does it. We get heated up in the sunlight, cool off with a dip in the pool. And, if you are smart you just let yourself float and drift around like this guy. I’ve seen him in the past. I waited and watched, I showed some restraint andContinue reading “Color of the Sun”

Calm


More reflections. I’m really not a nature photographer. For many years I took no notice of it. Along came really good smart phones with cameras that could produce fairly high quality images. Phones are ubiquitous. We carry them everywhere. Like on dog walks. I started seeing things that interested me, so I started making pictures.Continue reading “Calm”

The Blue Distance


Get out of the French Quarter, I tell visitors. I don’t mean quite as far out as the locations in these pictures. Going to some of these places would mean really long days for some of them. But, I live here. I can pick them off one by one when the light and the heatContinue reading “The Blue Distance”

To Live


Life. In its purest form. Water droplets on a green leaf. A symbol. An icon. A touchstone. Water and wonderful deep green. Technically, it’s spring for another five days. It feels like summer in Southeastern Louisiana. The green of this leaf tells us that. It is not light, nor is it shading towards lime green.Continue reading “To Live”

South To Louisiana


It’s that time again in Southeastern Louisiana. It would have been Jazzfest time if CoVid-19 didn’t come roaring in like a hellound from the grave. It’s also a time when there is a very clear dividing point between the coolish, dry air of spring and the heat of summer. The first week of Jazzfest isContinue reading “South To Louisiana”

valerynangula.com

A PEEP INTO MY LIFESTYLE

kone.photo

learning is living

Wolf Song Blog

Enjoying retirement: On The Road & At Home

Discover

A daily selection of the best content published on WordPress, collected for you by humans who love to read.

saania2806.wordpress.com/

Philosophy is all about being curious, asking basic questions. And it can be fun!

The Mindful Soul

Soul revival through shared life experiences and simple photography.

Social artist

A Blog here to Serve

sloppybuddhist

hedy bach original photography mixed stories and music

Laura Denise

Poet. Writer. Photographer.

Arrows

& Metaphors

Short Prose

Poetry and Short Prose by Gabriela Marie Milton 2019 Author of the Year at Spillwords Press and Author of Passions: Love Poems and Other Writings

The Truth for Kyle Brennan

The Church of Scientology & the Death of Kyle Brennan

The Chatty Introvert

A recovering recluse stumbles from her dark hole in pursuit of a brighter world (and a decent cup of tea)