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Patience and Mama Birds

New Things New things are fun, aren’t they? New clothes, new ideas, new days… they make you feel reborn. Although it’s probably dorky to say that out loud. And yet… I just did. Here’s a new photo. I took it last month, recently processed it. The light was just right to make this row of…

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Walk in the Park x 2

There Was This Day… One day whilst in New York, I had a morning all to myself (shocking!!). I decided to grab my camera and head out. No real goal or plan… just get out there and see stuff. I hadn’t done that yet in the neighborhood where I was staying… and it had easy…

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Wait For It, Wait for Iiiiiiiit…

That Technicolor Time of Year Earlier this autumn, the hubs and I took a week and bombed down to the Eastern Sierras. Mind you, we didn’t just randomly decide to pack up and go blasting off all¬†willy-nilly, when it was convenient for us. My goodness no! Nature has the upper hand in this scenario. YOU…

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Time for a Me-Set

Ever want to just have a break, take a step back, reboot your brain and have everything in your noggin just heave a big sigh and let go a little? Or a lot? Me too. That’s why I make photos like this, by the shores of Lake Tahoe in the morning. They’re like a “me…

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Short Story, Big Memory

Not so long ago, the hubs and I stood here on the shore of Silver Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains. We took a week, got away from the hum of computers, emails and the madding crowd. Went into nature. Got up at 5am and beat the sun to the day. More than once.…

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Inspired by…

Inspiration¬† I’ve always love those marvelous ancient Japanese paintings of plum blossoms on branches. Sometimes when I’m out photographing, I’ll see scenes that remind me of art from another time, in a particular style… or a movie scene will pop into my mind, I’ll hear music or have other flashes that are like neon signs…

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The Veil Between Worlds

I knew this image would turn out impressionistically when I shot it. Mostly because when I saw it, it reminded me of a photographer whose work I just love: Philippe Sainte-Laudy. I’ll admit I thought I might do some motion blur. But the quality of light that came out as I pleased my muse was…

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