I took these on a cloudy morning, during the early days of my obsession with taking photos of flowers. I was still using auto settings on my camera; at the time, a Nikon D70. I’m going to be planting orange tulip bulbs with some grape hyacinth this weekend, so maybe I’ll try another set of… Read More 2008: Tulips and magnolias in March.
Being young, with minimal responsibilities outside of work, and having disposable income…that was fun. We stocked up on a bunch of camping gear in 2005, which we still have today. Our first camping trip was to Hanging Rock State Park in Danbury, NC. Before we field-tested the gear, we set up camp in our apartment.… Read More 2005: Hanging Rock State Park
Part One of the 2005 photo roundup.… Read More 2005: Early
Solitude is today’s assignment for the Photo 101: A Photo a Day course, and it is a perfect prompt for experimenting with the Rule of Thirds, since you can capture the feel of isolation simply by how you compose the shot. I have a handful of flowering hawthorn trees in my yard at home, and… Read More Minimalist Solitude – Photo 101: A Photo a Day