Nature’s Mirror Can Reflect Real Life

Look closely at the photo above. I love the calm, mirrored surface of a pond and a crowd of willing models gracefully standing still to have their picture taken. Interesting thing about pictures in modern times. Things are not always as they appear. The digital age is a wonderful time to practice photography for sure....

Love the Islands But Don’t Be One.

These little birds don’t communicate like you and I. In fact, while watching them wander along the shoreline I never heard them make a single noise. And yet, as the waves would brush up onto the beach the entire group would move as if connected. Mesmerized, I followed their dance up and down the sandy...

Wrong Turns Are Sometimes The Right Way To Go

As a wandering soul and curious photographer, I have a tendency to be easily distracted. Some might call this a weakness. I find it keeps things interesting and hold it up as a strength. Not very long ago while wandering, I took a wrong turn. Maybe I shouldn’t call it a wrong turn, but more appropriately an...

Some Days The Fight Doesn’t Need To Be Part of the Struggle

Ouch. This was a rough week. In the struggle between what I wish my life was like every day and the real life I have to deal with, real life won out by a large margin this week. Times like this I have to go back to a very simple but favorite saying for encouragement, “They...

Fall. Get Up. Fall Again. Get Up Again. Repeat.

  For a photographer, every time the seasons change we are presented with the opportunity to record it in digital admiration. Summer is good for green and thunderstorms and outdoor action. Winter is good for black and white and high contrast pictures; ice and snow and crisp mornings. The spring time brings new growth and...

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