Tag Archives: photography
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
Sometimes life just needs pretty flowers to fill the spaces
I drove out onto the back roads in the hills around me yesterday for a little peace and contemplation. The hills never fail to provide me with a sense of serenity. As per my usual routine, I get in the … Continue reading
Watching a plane come in at a small regional airport on a rainy tarmac, as I wait to get on my way to my destination.
It is with an exultant heart that I begin anew with mobile photography using a new iPhone. I am re-familiarizing myself with settings, etc., and spent the day yesterday at Bodega Bay on the Sonoma Coast here in Northern California. … Continue reading
To the side of a house I walked by, the broken fence didn’t serve in keeping anyone out; maybe it was to keep the boat in, but no matter, there’s not much water in Northern California anyway.