… of you-know-who.
… a downed log in the forest at my university.
… a little beauty for Friday.
… on a log in the forest at my university.
… on a downed log in the forest at my university.
… a May apple plant unfolds in the forest at my university.
… an infant in the forest at my university.
… on an old tree stump in the forest at my university.
The other day I posted this pretty blanket of tulips from the Denver Botanic Gardens. I’ve been reconsidering the shot and thinking it needed a little more focus to succeed. So I did a bit of cropping and pulled the light in on the flower that seems to be the heart of the image – the purple one sticking its head up at the top left third point.
What do you think?
… odd tracks in a downed log in the forest at my university.
I’m shifting now from the desert to a similar landscape … the ocean. Here, I’m discovering the huge horizontal spaces both ‘scapes offer. There is a magnificent ever-changing pattern of sky, wave, surf, sand. And light. The various shapes take on obvious to subtle messaging, each unique. So, I’m thinking I’ll concentrate on this for a while as I consider my work.
… in the high desert of south-central Oregon, USA …
… grass in a field in western Minnesota.