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All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. From the ashes, a fire shall be woken, A light from the shadows shall spring; Renewed shall be blade that was broken, The crownless again […]


This month marks my 10th year of blogging! Time flies by when you love what you’re doing. I do enjoy the journaling aspect of blogging which allows me to look back at what I’ve done and where I want to go with my photography. I love sharing what speaks to me with you. And I […]


You are cordially invited to attend the virtual opening of my 2018 Gallery … in keeping with a 16 year tradition! This year I plan on making changes to my website as I look to get away from Dreamweaver and use an online website builder. If you have any recommendations please let me know. I […]


Ins & Outs

06Dec18

I continue to be drawn to, and fascinated by windows and doors as a photo subject. I find them equally interesting whether I am looking from the outside, or looking from within. I have posted many on this blog and my collection has grown after finding and shooting them for many years! I decided to […]


It has been a while since I’ve posted the weathered little structures found along the way. I’ve been all wrapped up in shooting and then processing my fall foliage images! This set shows several photos that document the finds and record their existence.¬†They’ve been patiently waiting to be shared. Evoking all kinds of questions I […]


For this post I’ve gathered some more intimate portrayals of beautiful, fall aspen trees. The aspens are the one and only subject in these images. They are isolated from other features, allowing us to focus on the trees alone. This year we had an abundance of oranges and reds in the mix and I was […]


It’s happening all across America … cabins, shacks, barns and evidence of our heritage are disappearing! Made from natural materials they are returning to their beginnings, to end their stories in this world. I’ve learned to capture their existence when I see them. They may be gone before I’m there again. When I look around […]