In August 2009 I was on a vacation in Vienna. Among the many sights was this outdoor flea market. There was one piece that caught our eye – it was big, it was wooden and it was heavy. Yet to … Continue reading Outdoor Flea Market
This is part of an ongoing series on Hands. Someday I’ll have my own Handbook. —————————————————— I was frantic one evening trying to find an interesting subject to photograph for my homework assignment at the community college. That’s when I … Continue reading Hardworking Hands
I love mushrooms! Stuffed mushrooms. Fried mushrooms. Raw mushrooms. And of course, I love photographing mushrooms. Here’s a very interesting looking mushroom spotted recently at the Ft. Worth Nature Center & Refuge. I’ve never seen anything like it. Rather than … Continue reading Mushrooms!
A year ago I thought of starting a photography series on hands – young and old. Although I was very excited about the idea – I didn’t get very far in making it happen. I was waiting for the right … Continue reading Grandma’s Hands
Cheryl presented a set of three wooden items for Random Object Wednesday. All items were handmade by her ex-husband roughly 30 years ago. This is Part 2 of the presentation. Thank you Cheryl, for the opportunity to photograph your items! … Continue reading Random Object Wednesday: Lights, camera… bokeh!
Men’s shoes are always an interesting subject to photograph. Fortunately, I know several gentlemen who are willing to indulge me in my quest to take the perfect shoe photo. These shots were taken outside the Perot Museum. I like the … Continue reading Men’s Shoes
I recently had the opportunity to visit my friend Dawn, and her two ‘children,’ Lady and Dude. Instinctively, I pulled out my camera, though I wasn’t sure how the birds would react. I didn’t want to scare them. Dawn removed … Continue reading Meet Lady & Dude
I pride myself in not watching the Super Bowl— not even for the commercials. That’s why today’s post is especially compelling. Greg Kimbrough, or as I like to call him, Dr. House, is my gym trainer from a few years … Continue reading Football!
I have a Passion Flower vine I’ve written about in the past. I have a love-hate relationship with it because it has taken over the backyard. But it’s also so pretty and fragrant. The butterflies are a bonus. But if … Continue reading Passion Flower Crown