Maine 2018: Another one from Maine series. There was something about this boggy side of the road that made us stop and look and capture this beautiful location. When I was pressing the shutter button, I was thinking I hope the camera captures what my eyes have locked away. I think it is pretty close, … Continue reading A brush with Maine
San Francisco, December 2018: Sometimes all you need is the iPhone (XS) and a great app like Halide to capture the perfect sunrise on way to a cup of coffee. And it also helps if one has an editing app like Darkroom handy on the phone.
Icelandic horses are such gentle giants and whenever I am in one of my favorite places in the world, I spend a lot of time making photos of these beautiful creatures. I came across this horse family by the side of what is called a backroad and spent about an hour observing the group dynamics … Continue reading Horsing around in Iceland
San Francisco 2018: Yesterday was one of the foggiest days in recent memory and that means making photos. I was hanging out with my friend @felixjr1 and saw the fog descend on the bridge. And this was the end result. I used Felix’s camera — Fujifilm XPro2 — since I wanted a higher resolution digital negative for … Continue reading Remains of a bay
Since you went away the days grow longAnd soon I’ll hear old winter’s songBut I miss you most of all my darlingWhen autumn leaves start to fall – Eva Cassidy, Autumn Leaves
“Silence is essential for deep transformation. It allows the practice of conscious breathing to become deep and effective. Like still water that reflects things as they are, the calming silence helps us to see things more clearly, and therefore, to be in deeper contact with ourselves and those around us.” ~ Nhat Hanh