Tag Archives: photography
Inspiration for me is found in art; paintings, sculptures, architecture, and of course photography. These sculptures are on an outside wall of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Rounding a corner and seeing this, with the afternoon sun providing the … Continue reading
In the garden of my then house, getting the fright of my life when I got a close up of what I thought was a cute little grasshopper. Is it licking its chops and eyeing me? A couple of quick photos, … Continue reading
This week it’s all about two clear halves in a composition in the WPC. Splitting the photo in half when framing your shot, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally. Better than splitting hairs.
A trip to the beach always brings surprises along the shore; this most recent visit was a treasure trove of finds. There have been thousands of mysterious sea creatures washing up on West Coast beaches lately called Velella; they resemble … Continue reading
The foggy sea, a respite from the dried grasses and parched land in the surrounding San Francisco Bay Area. Photo taken with iPhone 6Plus, no editing done. Challenge sponsored by Sally Donatello at Lens and Pens by Sally.
Doors can close you off, or lead you out. The WPC has opened a wonderful challenge.
My muse frequently directs me out onto the backroads that surround the suburban setting I live in. There, I find peace and the flow of creativity. I listen and can hear her voice. The seasons come and go, with green … Continue reading
Looking out through the clear glass wall of an art gallery, to see the reflection of the art behind me, and out to the office in front of me (the triangle on the mid-right of the frame), and the architecture … Continue reading