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I am not resolving to lose weight this year. I’m not resolving to quit smoking, learn another language, reach out to old friends, or drive less antagonistically. Among other reasons (for instance, I don’t smoke, so how could I quit?), I’m not resolving to do anything.
I have a project set up for this year. A […]
Borrowed a macro lens. This is from my first shoot with it.
This image could easily be from my first novel, Sins of Blood and Stone.
Proof that there is something more around here to photograph than just trees: a leaf.
All the other trees huddled together on the far side of the field.
But this one, for some reason, came all the way to the edge, let me pet it, let me feed it carrot sticks and apples.
This is Day 362 of 365 Days of Color. The last, final, end-of-it-all shot will be on Friday, […]
In the far, deep, out-of-the way woods of northern Florida, there lies a storefront where, once upon a time, you could buy yourself an ice-cold refreshing Coca-Cola.
Today, apparently, you can do nothing.
That catches me up through Saturday; tomorrow, I’ll post today’s picture, as well as tomorrow’s, and be all caught up. Only 5 more Days of Color remain, then it’s 2011, and it’s a whole new project or three.
‘Twas the night, yes, before Christmas, and I invited Old Man Winter into my home. He gratefully accepted a mug of hot chocolate with marshmallows, took off his wool gloves, and sat by the fireplace.
Though old, as his name implied, he was strong and alert. He talked about this year’s Harvest Feast. He likes pumpkin […]
Hope everyone has a good holiday.
I’ll post my Christmas story later today. But then that’s it for a few days. I may look in from afar, but that is all.
Grease paint. Necessary for clowns.
Day 355 of 365 Days of Color