So far, I’ve mostly been posting parts of the experiment that don’t involve people. I don’t know why that is the case, but it’s what I’ve been gravitating to in my selection so far. Maybe it’s because I am so used to people photos by way of social networks, and this feels different – closer […]
somewhere near the selkirk waterfront. i knew this was going to be a tough image to take. I wanted both bokeh and sharpness of the wisps to make the ghostly feel replicate from how it looked in the moment.
a blue evening under the moon
this is paul and kristy’s apiary, also known as a “bee yard.” something about the term “bee yard” amuses me. it doesn’t take much.
Near Iona Jetty. Part of the experiment was to do things I wouldn’t normally suggest doing, such as shooting directly into the light .. but I thought why not do that? A card from Oblique Strategies set (a deck of cards meant to spur creativity) says something to the effect of “find the flaw and […]
At the Royal Roads Japanese Garden.
It occurred to me that my iPhone (4, upgraded to 5S last year) was getting better at photos, filtering them, making them pop, and sharing them nearly instantaneously. So far as photos that are meant to capture “now” and be relevant to the moment, my dSLR was – and continues to get – further and […]
“Is it more important in life to get what we want, or to like what we get? Many people work very hard to achieve their aims, and then find them a disappointment. Might it be better to relax, and just welcome anything that floats our way? Best of all, perhaps, we could learn to like […]
Beauty of a day out there.
The fountain in front of the legislature was sporting an epic decembeard made of ice this week.