If of thy mortal goods thou art bereft
And from thy slender store
Two loaves alone to thee are left,
Sell one, and with the dole,
Buy hyacinths to feed thy soul.
~ Saadi, Persian poet
First time walking outdoors in a long time. I have been laid up with a bad knee. The snow has vanished and we are left with brown.
This image started life as a photo of dead leaves. After several iterations it became this tangle of neurones and finally a kaleidoscope. There is a gallery of these experiments...
Dropped by a car dealership to look at a truck for a friend. Got to experimenting with an image of the dash and this is what I came up with. ...
Every Master Was Once a Disaster...
These tall trees reminded me of a majestic choir. Bowness Park, November 29, 2014
It was a cold windy day. There was a ravine between me and the horses. I positioned myself partway down the side of the ravine so I could shoot up toward the mountains. By the time I finished my teeth were chattering. Near Chief Mountain, April 4, 2010
Binocular vision and my mind add depth to a scene but they also overlook things that are obvious in two dimensions. When viewing the scenery around me I often cover one eye so that I can more fully appreciate what the camera sees. The process also makes me grateful...
Captured on a little known walking trail in Calgary. Here is the actual image. October 11, 2014