Reward is filthy with possibility: it could be your third grader’s beaming smile after reading her first chapter book, a steaming mug of chicken soup after a long run in the cold,...
I was happy to see the birds that visited me this weekend. The Cardinal is an incredibly alert and anxious bird. Their bright shades-of-red blooms make them a natural target,
So that ideas of sort of relaxed symmetry have been something for years that I have been concerned with because I think that symmetry is a neutral shape as opposed to a form of design.
The Troll under the bridge in Seattle is quite famous and tourists come from everywhere to take pictures and pose with it. I took this on my last day in Seattle
Every time I look at this photo, it calms me. It’s the calm after the storm and the lonely student returns to her dorm. The focus is beyond what we can see and that is truly what depth means to me.
He positioned himself on my copy of By The Book and looked straight at the camera. I could almost hear him say, “Okay, just this one shot and then don’t bother me.”
After a long week of personal strains, this challenge is the tall glass of cold water I needed; writing this helped me cool off and return to a place of calm.
For this photo challenge on shadows and light, I had to dig deeper in my files. The photos are an eclectic collection of pictures taken around the globe.
I started the first day of the year on a quiet note. The weather was not so cold, and the early morning sun made it the perfect day to take a walk on the Old Croton Aqueduct.
Stay Warm: Happy Holidays and New Year Blessings to all! Our cat, Tangy, loves the company of humans and warm blankets. If you’d knew him well, you’d know he loves anything cozy and comfy and warm.
Yellow is commonly associated with gold, wealth, sunshine, reason, happiness, optimism and pleasure, but also with envy, jealousy and betrayal. It plays an important role in
Dad, affectionately known as Ochiagha, always worked super-hard, and we used to joke at home that we needed to schedule an appointment with his secretary to see him.
Honestly, for this challenge, my mind went blank. I know I have a couple of convergence shots but I’ve shared them ad nauseam. I created a few of my own…
If we pause to inhale the crisp air, breathe deeply to feel our heart beat, and look at the beauty in the simplest things, we will find treasures and triumphant moments around us.
This week’s photo challenge was an interesting one. We had to move from familiar objects and nature to abstract objects, angles and shapes.
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” Helen Keller I have a confession to make. I’m scared…
This painting is based on a classic picture that was taken in Times Square at the end of the war. Apparently, the sailor in question didn’t know the lady but in the joy of the moment, they connected.
For me, minimalism is about doing more with less. When we eliminate the clutter and unessential, we open ourselves to new vistas around us.
There was no-one else around when I took this photo of a path onto South Beach.
“Where we love is home – home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.” Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Photo 101- Week 1: Home… Flowers…
For this week’s challenge on – descent – I decided to go with what we see when a plane is descending; a bird’s-eye view on descent.