As a photographer, an important lesson to learn is how to frame an image in the viewfinder. Normally, one ponders the background, hoping to eliminate anything that would detract from the point you are trying to make, or the feeling you are trying to portray. One doesn’t always get a clear indication of how to […]
I didn’t hear anything, I didn’t see anything except for the aftermath. It must have happened before I went on break, maybe even a week before (I don’t work regularly). I feel really bad for the poor sapling.
I took this photo in the parking lot. Even though it is easily recognizable, I still like the abstracty patterns. The rock however is NOT abstract, as I stubbed my toe on it!
The other day I took a close up of what could have been a wheat field or just a bunch of weeds. Today’s photo is a reveal of my wheat field, in perspective.
It was cool outside and a bit windy. I would have taken a long shot of these wonderful plants, pictured below, if there was one to take. Alas, my field of wheat was restricted to a small patch of dirt surrounded by concrete curbs, in a parking lot.
There were long shadows this afternoon. I took the opportunity to set up a self portrait on one of the posts in the parking lot.
I saw this flower peeking through a fence. Although you can’t tell from this picture, it is a cylindrical flower, reminiscent of a bottle brush. The other end is attached to a tree.
I’ve mentioned before that both my parents loved music. Dad let my older brother Mike* play on the piano and I’m sure they played classical music records all the time when he was around. For a time Mike responded. I’m told he could hum entire movements from symphonies. By the time I came on the scene, Mike […]
I saw this sign on a chain link fence. It seems to be Mondrian’s Composition #2. I could be mistaken.
I saw a tree hugger today. It was another tree!