The devil is beating his wife!

I don’t know why, but from the time that I was a child, I heard that when it is raining...

Memories of Firestone Park

On Ashland Ave, nearly due south was Firestone Park. Each year, on the 4th of July, they held a pretty...

Life at 98% humidity

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been able to accomplish a couple of things in the morning simultaneously. I’m able...

They’re back!

I’ve always had a thing for cone flowers. So, last year, I bought some, planted them in the backyard, and...

Dear Canon S90: We had a good run. Thanks for the thousands of photos that you provided during your two years of active service. Now, I send you on a mission, a mission impossible, if you will. You’ll be going…

In reading through some of the Proof blog entries, I ran across a mention of a workshop in the post: Stories of Rural America. Pictures Making Sense. I enjoyed the post and the photos. At the end, they mentioned the…

A few weeks ago, National Geographic announced the launch of their blog, Proof. Proof is a blog featuring one of their photographers, every day. The photographer will make a short video, or perhaps write a short article about a certain…

Por la calle – on the street Chris is on his “A year at 28 mm” project. I thought that I’d do something a lot less lofty. I’m going to spend at week at 17 mm, which is 34 mm…

Yesterday evening, I was in the park about 90 minutes before sunset. I headed down to what I call the bottom of the park. It’s probably the lowest elevation in the park, perhaps some 20 – 30 feet lower than…