So my fascination with flowers has grown from photography to gardening to a sketch for a new tattoo to even more ideas that I don’t want to talk about before I complete. I think this might be one of my … Continue reading
Here’s a photo I took of a hosta a few years ago.
As a newish homeowner, I think these plants are great because they require very little maintenance!
I used a photography app called Retro Camera to take this picture. It is a pretty good app with some nice filters, the main downside is that you have to take the photograph with the app, you cannot retroactively apply the filters.
I’ve complained a lot this year about how terrible my tulips looked. Everyone else seemed to have tall, beautiful tulips! Like this one! This is a tulip from my friend’s house. I don’t know much (anything really) about caring for … Continue reading
I have been eagerly waiting for SPRING all winter, and I found it necessary to document the spring blossoms before they fade away.
Here is a photograph that I took on Sunday, before the frost we had. My hands were frozen, but I was determined!
I shot this on aperture priority with my 35mm lens on my old Nikon DSLR. I’ll be posting more soon 🙂
Mother’s day is a good time for more flowers!!! Happy Mother’s Day! 🙂 Thanks to all of the new people following my blog! Photo note: I took this photo with my smartphone and used the app Pixlr-o-matic for editing.
It feels like summer, but I’m still posting about SPRING.
Here’s a great song by one of my favorite bands, GLAY.
I have been looking through my spring photos from last year. The winter has been long this year, and it’s finally starting to feel like spring. I’m thinking of starting a small business selling some of my photographs as prints, … Continue reading
Do you dare?
To see the pattern of everything
and lay it bare
to follow and look beneath the illusion
an illusion of care
the anger of recklessness
we’ve dated ourselves in our daily lives
beyond the years
looking at these patterns
behind the fears
looking closely, closer still
patterns cyclical in nature
patterns cyclical in you
remembering and watching
and looking closer still
revealing the flaws…