Moseying across Nebraska near its southern border, a beautiful white church caught my eye. It was a mile north of US 136 in Jefferson County, but shined like a beacon against the cloudless azure sky. As I approached the church from the south, I noticed the cross was leaning to the west. Not much, but … Continue reading Crooked Cross
Perspective Two people looking at the same object or scene from different angles might see two different things; a disagreement or argument may ensue because of different points of view. Just like in real life, a photographer needs to look at the subject from another person's perspective to better understand the "issue". What do you … Continue reading New Perspective
"Early Sunday morning, a perfect time for a leisurely stroll on the beach. My first impression of South Haven, Michigan when I arrived last night was this is a busy resort town. The beach was packed, people everywhere: swimming, inner tubes and paddle boards, toddlers playing in the sand with plastic shovels, waders, walkers, frisbee … Continue reading Beach Walk
The back property line of a little-used, dusty, unpaved public parking lot of a small town in northeast New Mexico had a fence made of old skis. Overgrown native grasses and bushes (weeds) filled in the cracks between the skis. There was no peeking inside. Was a retired ski bum wasting away on the other side of the … Continue reading Ski Fence
This six-year old is admiring the results of his summer work-out program. Thought for the Day: The aim of life is self-development. To realize one's nature perfectly -- that is what each of us is here for. Oscar Wilde
I used to think this was a nice photo. Yeah, it's okay, but certainly not the best. When I took the photo, I was interested in showing detail of the Vermont covered bridge. I wanted sort of a muted or blurred background to make the subject more prominent. My interest was the diamond pattern … Continue reading Inside Out
I found this photo op in Central Wyoming, along US 191 on my way to Jackson Hole last month. The abandoned homestead looked like it was a picture of prosperity in its prime, which had to be several decades past. The main house, a large barn, this log cabin and several other out-buildings were surrounded … Continue reading Model Home
Five kids on a dock, looking into the water. What do they see? A fish, a frog, a dead fish, a log, a dead frog, a pollywog, a wet dog, part of my blog, ground hog, bottle of grog, ( Geez, sounds like Dr. Seuss) a toy boat, fishing tackle, seaweed or just another lake … Continue reading What Is It?