The squirrel was determined to eat that nut and stared right back at me. When we take time to sit and look around in nature, we often witness more than the naked eye can appreciate.
When we live in a society that values its freedoms, we can trust that most of our choices won’t be challenged and our family won’t come to harm because of our ideas and decisions.
I love taking pictures of doors and my favorite shades tend to be red and orange doors, followed by white, blue, and then other colors. Orange doors are hard to come by…
I love color and I enjoy taking pictures with lots of colorful items… The Adirondack chairs are from a furniture maker in the Rhinebeck region.
During the winter season things do quiet down and we get to see the vast beauty around us with fewer people in the frame. I like it…
I was sitting at a traffic light in Manhattan, waiting to head for the highway on my way home. I saw people walking across the walkway and something drew my attention to their movement…
Capturing motion is a beautiful way to convey a story in a photograph, sometimes even more so than a photo of the same subject in a stationary pose.
I encourage you to set your alarm for the early hours, grab your first (several) cups of coffee, and challenge yourself to capture an outstanding photograph in the early morning light.
Sometimes we go through life in a bit of a fog. Everything seems blurry and distant, like a seat in the nose bleed section of a stadium. Then, in an instant, we have a moment of clarity