One camera, one lens, two batteries …

“Stuff your eyes with wonder, live as if you’d drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It’s more fantastic...

Comparisons

I really like the work of Byron Katie and I follow her Facebook page. Yesterday, she had a post that...

I love trees, but …

Well, spring is upon us. The weeds are blossoming in the yard. The daffodils are showing their colors, and the...

Ebbs and flows

I looked at the number of posts that I’ve made this year and it’s about the same number of times...

As the weather has been rather cold, for Charlotte, I went to the park this morning to catch what could possibly be my last glimpse of ice this winter. We never know. As I stood on the edge of the…

A few years ago, I started meditating. I kept it up for a while, but then it got lost somewhere in the mix. This morning I really felt the desire to sit quietly and simply breathe. So I did. I…

No. This is not a scene from Times Square in NYC, though I can see how you might confuse it as such! This is a scene from Marion, NC where Vanessa and I watched The Nugget descend from the heights…

I was quite entertained following this discussion on Chris’s blog, in particular, the discussion between Ray and Chris about pre-visualization and art. On one side, you have Ray K. saying that in order for it be art, essentially, it needed…

Mark Graf ‘highly encouraged’ me to do this list, so here it is. I went back through the 7500+ photos that I took this year. Many of them were just walking-around photos. Photos that I took while on my walk…