I’ve been stepping away very slowly from digital to film. Don’t get me wrong, I love the convenience of digital, but there is something about film that just takes the art of photography to a whole other level. I’ve been documenting with Tri-X film and am enjoying the results. I am using a Canon A1 … Continue reading Analog.
We sat and watched the gulls today in Colorado’s wonderful golden light. It was a great autumn day in my neck of the woods. The gulls were doing some fishing as I was trying to get some good images of a few Buffleheads that have made their way into town. My focus immediately shifted to … Continue reading Gulls in Autumn.
We sat and watched some Meadowlarks this morning as they were searching for food. Very cool looking birds. We were also visited by a Magpie that came and sat nicely in front of a yellow cottonwood tree. The weather has been very cool. 30’s and 40’s, with a drizzle. It was fun getting outdoors in … Continue reading Autumn Birds.
Once there was a little orange pumpkin… … And he had a little friend. They didn’t know they were a different color or size… …They were just pumpkins. Pumpkins from the same farm… …In the same field Both under the same bright yellow sun… … They were friends Continue reading The Little Pumpkin.
Back in my college teaching days, I would always share the Langston Hughes short story, Early Autumn with my students. He describes a wonderful setting of autumn and every time this season comes around it reminds me of how marvelous the season of autumn really is. I think it also reminds me of how I … Continue reading Early Autumn.
I would sometimes rather look at a blurry image… Continue reading City.
Sometimes, my family and I love to stare out our back windows and watch nature go by. It is better than television. Little woodland creatures are fun to watch as they explore the yard and look for food and hop from tree to tree. Today we watched for awhile and then I decided to grab … Continue reading Backyard Visitors.