Dark forest hills before my softly uncovered eyes. It is only through you do the born have meaning, purpose, knowing. And for this, I am. Forever grateful. This Earth Day, take that one extra special moment to show the world you care. We are only given one chance in this lifetime. Let's give back … Continue reading In Anticipation for Earth Day
There is something to be said for the first signs of a long awaited spring. It's almost as if nature is sharing with us just a little gentle reminder that there's always a chance for change--for new beginnings, starting over, or initiating a course change.
She tends to speak in riddled rhymes that wind in unexpected, peculiar ways.
To anyone who has ever struggled to create something meaningful, It's to you with whom I address this very short letter. I write this as I come closer to the year anniversary of when I started my current (first, and only) novel. Over 24,000 words later, I still find myself plugging away, creating a story … Continue reading The Writer's Dilemma
As much as my love for color in image remains steadfast, there is something about black and white photography that just grabs its viewer. Here are some shots I experimented with both color and focus.
In our digital age where we are empowered to discover just about anything we could possibly imagine with just a few taps from our fingertips, why photography? For me, there's something about the experience of waiting for the image to come to me. If you watch very closely, mind open and ready, you will capture … Continue reading Why Photography?
A little late, I know. Still getting the hang of this! #photography
Truth be told, I don't know a whole lot about photography. Aside from the distant tales of relatives past (apparently both my grandfather AND great-grandfather were fantastic photographers), I don't know much beyond "point and click." Nonetheless, when a very close friend of mine passed not too long ago, I found myself unexpectedly left with … Continue reading Recent Photography