Fathers And Sons


We listened to a podcast this morning that stopped me in my tracks. It’s a conversation between Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen. I know what some of you are thinking. It’s not about that. Liberal or Conservative, Democrat or Republican, this is worth listening to. You’ll learn something about the two men. More importantly, youContinue reading “Fathers And Sons”

Rain King


The rain came down. Then the temperature dropped. Finally, we are turning a corner into pleasantness. At least, for now. The passing of winter to spring is always interesting in the swamp. May you have an interesting life is one of the most harshest of Chinese curses. I think most people are like dogs. WeContinue reading “Rain King”

Day After Day


The cold weather came. It won’t leave. As I write this the temperature outside is 24 degrees. We should warm up sometime tomorrow. Luckily, the rain stopped falling. The sun is shining through broken clouds. Clouds hold warmth in, so you know what this means. Colder still. Yesterday was the saddest, coldest, wettest Mardi GrasContinue reading “Day After Day”

Never Had It So Good


Not my normal location. Wandering from my normal scenes lead me to find these shoes. I have no idea why they were left behind. But, they are neatly aligned as if someone was returning to get them. I don’t know what the soles look like, but it could be that she was slipping and sliding.Continue reading “Never Had It So Good”

Landfall


The truth about nature. She does whatever she wants. You can’t control her and you can’t predict her. It seems to me that she is showing that in three ways. We can’t get our arms around a rampant virus. The west is burning. And, we are being threatened with two hurricanes at once. We dodgedContinue reading “Landfall”

White Light


Thunderheads. I suppose they are a summer event. I’m pretty sure most of the country has them, although growing up in California, I don’t remember seeing them. I was drawn to this cloud from a distance. That sideways V caught my eye. I was hoping that it wouldn’t fall apart before I arrived at aContinue reading “White Light”

Most of the Time


May. Bill Gates and the surgeon general agree. We will finally see a turning of the tide in mid to late May. But, but, but… only if everybody in the entire country does the right thing and self isolates. After seeing pictures from around the country, I don’t believe that will happen unless the presidentContinue reading “Most of the Time”

Making Movies


I made this picture. I’m quite proud of it. Because, when I said I made it, I meant that. I took a picture of an overcast sky with power poles scattered throughout. I saved it, mostly because it wasn’t much. I started reading about Todd Hido, who is one of the photographers interviewed in theContinue reading “Making Movies”

In Praise of Shadows


Still waiting. Seems like that’s what we do. Even though we said that 2020 would be good. That the year would be positive. The first ten days have been anything but that. I’m sensing a very palpable uneasiness. It’s not just me. A lot of people feel it too. It’s not politics. It’s not justContinue reading “In Praise of Shadows”

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