Category: Photography

  • 2018-3 WuTu

  • 2018-2 I Said the Cow

  • 2018-1 Snowflake

  • Experimental

    Experimental

    Finding something you love, even if it is later in life, is a complete joy. I recently started a graphic design program, and although I’ve been out of school for way too many years, I’ve found that the discipline of learning never entirely leaves you. That said, everything is new now with all the electronic […]

  • Temporary

    Temporary from the Latin temporārius and tempus, tempor meaning time, describes something that is fleeting. Our lives are temporary, although we don’t view them that way until we are staring into the abyss of our own mortality. This past month we have been starkly reminded of just how temporary life is. It can be gone in the blink […]

  • Siesta

    It’s mid-afternoon and everyone has disappeared. Well, that’s not entirely true, I know where everyone is but it is relatively quiet. My husband and daughter are playing a Wii game (he helps her out when she gets stuck) but the cats are nowhere to be found. A little investigation and I discover that all the […]

  • Blogging 101- New ideas amidst the old

    Blogging 101- New ideas amidst the old

    Even though I’ve had this blog for a while now, I’ve yet to complete a blogging 101 course with WordPress.com. Something has always come up in the past; either work or family situations take the focus away from completing the assignments. Well, it’s a new year and with a new year, the resolution to have a […]

  • Hope of the Sycamore (or Sweet Gum)

    [Update: January 4, 2015. Marsha informed me today that what I mistakenly thought was a sycamore seed pod is actually a sweet gum tree pod although the bark of the tree it was sitting under looked suspiciously like the sycamore tree and not the sweet gum tree. Marsha was kind enough to bring one of her sycamore pods […]

  • Architecture

    Well, I’m very late with a number of posts this month so I’m trying to get caught up. Here is a photo of Martin Towers, former headquarters of Bethlehem Steel and now abandoned. In my mind, it stands as a reminder of greed (management and union). Had both sides been willing to adopt sustainable development […]

  • Color Pop

    Oscar sports his pop of color with his lime green collar. He was dropped off in our church with a sign on his crate reading “please don’t take to a kill shelter”. He has a forever home with us instead.