The rain came in torrents this week, fluidic, aqueous, diliquescent grey, cloudy, and cold. Like those left behind by ark and Noah, watching, I had nothing to do but stare out at the deluge and repent at the altered landscape. When would the rain stop? How can there be that much water in a cloud? … More Watery World
At a coffee shop recently, I was economizing a second cup from a tired, green tea bag and pondering the long stretch ahead on the calendar. Punxsutawney Phil had already missed his shadow and Valentine’s Day was knocking at the door. “We’ve got to get through February and all of March before we have a break,” … More Let Them Drink Tea
So, with the patient relatively clean, a suture kit, a nurse assistant (me), a headlamp and a willing surgeon, the procedure began. … More Stitching a Chicken
Seeing through the lens of real photographers for a few days gave me a new perspective about what it means to embrace photography as an expression of one’s artistic talents, a way to meet new and interesting people and a way to connect with my dad in a totally new and exciting way. … More Want to Be a Photographer? Fake it Til You Make it!