It has been an unusually cool and rainy summer so far. I’m not complaining. If anyone has kittens, copper kettles or woolen mittens to photograph, let me know. All photos taken by me with a Nikon DSLR at the Peninsula Park Rose Garden.
About six months ago, I radically changed my social media usage. Deleted my accounts on Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest and more. Unfriended and unfollowed almost everyone on Facebook. Tried to delete Instagram. (More on that later.) And then I paid attention to what happened. Before I explain what happened and what decisions those observations led to, […]
Here’s an experiment: Reach up as high as you can. Breathe deeply for a moment or two and feel the stretch along your ribs and down your back. Then stretch your arms to the side, spreading your fingers wide, feeling the space that creates in your shoulders. Breathe from your belly if you can. Reach […]
February was full of travel and not enough time to blog. But I did get my camera out from time to time. Here’s what I saw: In a month of rushing, there were moments to watch and savor. I’m glad I had a camera around to catch at least a few of them. All pictures […]
I watch them swirl and dive, sidling closer and then scurrying away. Their plaintive cries fill the air around me. Sea gulls are a constant presence near any body of water, like pigeons are in the city. They are a ubiquitous, slightly annoying feature of life – countless unnamed birds out there chasing garbage. In […]