Don't let laziness limit your options!
Nature is a spa for your brain
Ready for some social distancing? It's good for you!
Are you real or not?
Thoughts on using processing techniques to enhance reality or alter moods. And ice. Lots and lots of ice.
When It Becomes Visible
You know, I think I spend more time with my backpack off and it lying on the ground than I do actually wearing it! Being that I spend so much time way down on the ground, photographing tiny things I think I need a different rig. Or one that allows me to work differently. But... Continue Reading →
Strange Photos from the West
To paraphrase Clutch a bit. I'm back. Phew. Challenging was the watchword for this vacation. Between the weather and the accessibility issues, my photography skills were put to the test. Sometimes I passed, sometimes I failed, but overall it was a good trip. I just heard a weather update for the Eastern Sierras and the... Continue Reading →
10 Things I Love About Photography
I have a cold. And when I have a cold I get cranky. Inspired by a silly blog post about the 10 things someone hates about photography (and it was a stretch...color management? really? You hate color management? You need a life, buddy.) I decided to do 10 things I love about photography. It feeds... Continue Reading →
For the love of Square
It's hip to be square; square cropping and you.
Breaking out of the routine
Stretch your creative side by picking up gear you seldom use. And again, the importance of looking back.
Big Picture v. Little Picture
Got any secrets to tell? Why details are more illustrative than usually thought.
Dawn’s Early Light
The butt-crack of dawn is worth is. In the winter anyway.