I’d never heard of Kelowna, B.C. until recently. Have you?
Now that I’ve actually BEEN there – I can’t wait to go back!
(BTW, I also discovered the Best. Coffee. Ever!! Giobean… if you ever make it Kelowna, GO THERE!!)
Kelowna sits on Lake Okanangan. It’s wine country! It’s also lake country, as you can see from my vantage point atop Knox Mountain, my first night there…
Fuji X-T1, 19 shot panorama
Continue reading “Hearing Voices in Kelowna”
Whew! I knew September would be a whirlwind, I just didn’t expect it feel like I’d been in a Cuisinart!
I don’t mean painful-Cuisinart, like sticking your hand into a blender for real (step awaaaay from that thought!).
I just mean it’s like that moment when new people, experiences, ideas and possibilities all come thundering in like a tsunami and get whipped together like some crazy awesome new smoothie recipe!
These tasty ingredients hail from all over the world… and will be appearing soon in a blog post near you… Continue reading “Art From a Brain Cuisinart”
Get Ready For My Windiest Post Ever!
Amanda Blain started it. I blame her. She wrote this blog post, as well as posting on Google+. She made her point… then said “tell us your story.” Well, I’ve got a good one!
This all started because Google Senior Vice President of Social Vic Gundotra announced his departure from Google last week. This is huge. Vic and his team created Google+ – a platform that has forever changed my life. If you’re wondering who Vic Gundotra is, I’m re-posting this episode of The Chat I did with him awhile back. It’s my first re-run (!), but in honor of him and the lives he’s transformed through his work, I felt it was only fitting.
Continue reading “Vic Gundotra & Google+: My Story”
Recently, I was asked to give a “Photographers Talk” at Google HQ in Mountain View, California. It was part of their ongoing “Talks At Google” series, which includes notable musicians, authors, candidates, scientists, celebrities, green technology… and of course, photographers! I was honored and delighted at the opportunity! I called it: “Signature: Finding Your Soul’s Genius & Voice in Your Photography”. I love this topic, because I truly believe living our life as an art can set us free.
Continue reading “Photographer Talks At Google: Karen Hutton”