In Richmond, the weather in January is pretty unpredictable. Last week we had snow in the middle of the week and by Sunday afternoon it was sunny and 67 degrees Fahrenheit.
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“Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness.”
Continue reading “A Light In The Darkness”
The city of Victoria, British Columbia has a float plane service in it’s harbor. You can sit by the water front and watch planes come and go all day long.
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My daughter wanted to use her iPhone lens attachments at Butchart Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia. While she was finding the right one to use she asked me to hold this one. Continue reading “Through The Lens”
Here is my submission for this week’s photo challenge: focus. Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Focus”
Here’s my Abstract submission to the Weekly Photo Challenge. I’m calling it Bananascape.
Earlier this month I visited Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. Nearly all the west facing rocks had large icicle formations on them. On my way out of the park I decided to stop and get some photos of the icicles. Since it had been above freezing they were all slowly melting.
While having lunch I noticed the intriguing pattern of lines at my table. The wicker place mat was crossed by the shadows of the blinds, which were themselves crossed by the stitching. All this seemed like a fun way to make something out of the utterly mundane.
Walking by this old school bus I decided to explore a different perspective on the subject.