Tag Archives: still life
Macro. Really seeing by coming in close. These are a couple of dry leaves from a succulent that fell into a plate next to it that hold some coral and rocks I brought back from recent explorations. These are the … Continue reading
In the very early morning hours, while it’s still dark, I meditate on the nightlight gracing a bedside table that sends out light and shadow throughout the room. You can find more mobile photography at the blog, Lens and Pens … Continue reading
The eyes snap the image first the camera follows suit at the end of the night ~~~ Photo taken with a Samsung Galaxy, and entered for the weekly challenge hosted by Lens and Pens by Sally. Take a look at … Continue reading
A Mexican custom in seeking help from the Divine, asking for a miracle to overcome some health issue, requires buying a little silver totem that represents the location of your health problem, and taking it to a church to put … Continue reading
Resting under a cascade of water. Photo taken with a Samsung Galaxy. Pay a visit to Lens and Pens by Sally for more on Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Challenge in black and white, this week’s challenge.
A blue-stoppered bottle of water placed on our table at the restaurant. Reflections on the bottle shine on the glass, and the blue stopper, hanging on the side, caught my eye. Photo taken with my Samsung Galaxy and edited in … Continue reading
Brought to our kitchen coming from the vine labor of the sun ~~~ Visit Colline’s blog for more to be grateful for.
Nature whizzing by at 55 miles per hour. Nature pushed back off the road. Dried grasses, scrub brush, a barn just waiting there amidst the trees. I’m leaving the immediate rural area I live in soon, not too far away, … Continue reading