Tag: photography

  • New Year, New Life, New Beginnings

    It’s that time of the year. A fresh start, a new beginning, a hopeful presence in the air. Yes, it is still the dead of winter. Yes, it is cold (damn cold, actually in some parts of the country). Yes, it is dark, dreary, and seemingly soulless. And yet, today I took a walk in […]

  • Fall in the park

    Today is Sunday and I decided to explore the camera settings on my phone just to see what different effects could be achieved. I didn’t intend to take all my photos this month with my phone, but as luck would have it, my usual DSLR is having issues. So, I’m learning how to get the […]

  • Water

    Water

    We take it for granted in America but for most of the world it’s a struggle to find water. In Kajo Keji, South Sudan some women walk five miles to fill a five gallon container with well water. According to www.UNwater.org, in 2013, 783 million people do not have access to clean water and 6 […]

  • Spooky Street

  • Changes

    I found this tree in the park behind my house changing almost overnight. Fall has arrived.

  • On Point

    Irish Dancing 101 – it takes quite a number of years for dancers to perfect their toe hold technique. Keep in mind, these are not like toe shoes ballet dancers have, rather they are hard shoes. What are “hard shoes”? Well they are shoes that sound a lot like tap shoes, but instead of taps, […]

  • Fall harvest

    Check out the way the sun shines on the berries.

  • November is NaBloPoMo

    What? What the heck is NaBloPoMo? Well, it’s the National Blog Post Month after the National Writing Month designed to get people thinking and working on their writing and creativity. Since I seem to have more time on my hands right now, I’ve taken the plunge and will be posting daily during the month of […]

  • What led you here?

    What led you here? Is what I post important to you? No, I really do want to know. Were you just curious? Did you stumble here or were you led?  

  • Why am I here and not somewhere else?

    Why am I here and not somewhere else?

    As you probably know, this is primarily a photography and art blog but I thought I’d let you in on why I created it in the first place. For those that know me, they know I work in the non-profit religious sector as a Director of Communication and IT. What you might not know is […]