“Mountain Road”

“Mountain Road” f10, 1/25 sec., ISO 800, 28 mm As we wind our way through the mountains, we can see the sparkles of light flash on the road ahead of us.  The morning making itself known.  The air is crisp and fresh.  All is just as it should be.   Continue reading “Mountain Road”

Elements of Visual Design – Texture

In our series of visual design, we have gone over many different things.  We continue this discussion using texture as our element.  Texture can be as big a compositional tool as the Golden Rule or Rule of Thirds.  It provides a way for your viewer to connect with your image.  Almost like they can feel the texture in your image. Philip Schwartz did an amazing … Continue reading Elements of Visual Design – Texture


“Brownstone” f5, 1/60 sec., ISO 200, 35 mm Dear Friend, I stopped by to see you but you weren’t there.  At a time like this, I thought you would have been but there was no answer.  The streets were quiet, the dog didn’t bark, the windows didn’t shutter.  I imagine me all alone in this world now.  Until tomorrow. Faithfully yours.   #photography #architecture #brownstone … Continue reading Brownstone

WPC – A Place to Write

“A Place to Write” Character in my surroundings gives way to ideas when writing.  Just the ambience and lighting ignites my imagination in ways that can’t be told.  This place is full of character and immediately lends itself to my wild imagination and untold stories.  What is your story? #photography #writing WPC – Ambience Continue reading WPC – A Place to Write

10/19/15 – Tinkersmith

  “Tinkersmith” f5, 1/3 sec., ISO 6400, 56 mm Haberdashery – what a name.  To most, the word doesn’t mean anything since it is a word of centuries past.  My interest was piqued so I found that a haberdasher sells these:  men’s furnishings   small wares  notions But what exactly would such a shop be doing in a small town in this day and age? … Continue reading 10/19/15 – Tinkersmith