As time flows forward the torrent of distractions becomes stronger and more challenging to evade. We try to commute to and from work with focus on the road ahead but we're bombarded with billboards and radio commercials. We just want to have an attentive conversation with our loved ones but the buzzing electronics in our … Continue reading Friendly Reminder
Zooming in tight on the horizon, a dramatic orange line divides the fading blue sky and the deep green forest. Treetops that form this line are tasting their last sunlight of the day. The striking contrast of the fiery horizon on the muted woodland should yield some photos worthy of sharing. As I rotate the … Continue reading Viewfinder
The hardened clay beneath my feet is a drab mixture of dark green, maroon and gray. Indistinct white lines map out the boundaries for the game although mother nature has battered away most of the paint. To each side of my periphery there is an isolated yellow pole, about 3 feet tall, whose bygone purpose … Continue reading Vivid
Occasionally the circumstances that lead to great art are more precious than the art piece. Such is the case for many photographers who thrust themselves into compelling situations such as breathtaking nature, rare sightings and dangerous positions. An image may not be the photographer's best work but it may stick with them for years based … Continue reading Chasing Light
Typically when a person starts a blog they have a vision or at least some loose thoughts about what they want to write about. People write to inform, to complain, to entertain, to debate, the list goes on. What happens when someone has a desperate desire to write but they don't have a single decent … Continue reading Where do I start?