“Yet now with the final of those projects all but completed, with nothing that necessarily infringes on the divide between work and life, I still find myself a little ambitious, a little restless, desiring progress and purpose in a creative outlet.”
Jeff Cann reflects on what “following” means to him.
My shot of the Washington State Vietnam Vets Memorial in Olympia, Washington was not only chosen to be in the Flags Across America Photo Exhibition the Washington State Convention Center from July 1 to October 1, 2017, it was picked as the featured photo on the exhibition poster! The exhibition is dedicated to all those […]
6-11 February 2017. In San Pedro La Laguna our friend T loads us up with home made muffins and other delicious goodies and we pile into Santiago’s van for the four-hour drive to Antigua. We don’t have much time in Guatemala and we prefer to see fewer places well rather than rushing and trying to […]
I wrote some posts about food photography on my blog, but they are not in the normal order. For a person who just starts learning is a little difficult to look for it, so I made a list with all the posts in the proper order. It will be easy to read them all or […]
The Red Planet presents scientists with kinks they’ll need to figure out before you can book a shuttle.
It wasn’t the most promising sky… or at least, what it was promising didn’t look pleasant, but we really felt the need to get out and about. There was work to be done and, as that work takes us across the moors and in amongst the ancient stones of our ancestors, I for one would […]
So this time, I decided to do something different. I’m going to list my favorite books of the year. YES, you’re right. It seems impossible, but I finally managed. There are plenty of categories because there were tons of great books this year! 16 BEST BOOKS of 2016 Tall Oaks (Chris Whitaker) Into The Light […]
“Stories,” writes Lisa Katayama, “help us make sense of our world.”