Oh Fer…


F irst and foremost, I made a mistake. A big one. The last time that happened was in 1961. Of course, I’m kidding. I last made a mistake about five minutes ago, if not sooner. Yesterday I wrote that the link to my Tumblr version of Storyteller I said the link didn’t work. What IContinue reading “Oh Fer…”

Picture Show


I broke a picture. It slipped out of my hands and dropped on the floor. It was just a flimsy digital file of about 36 mp. That’ll happen. Seriously, there is no way to do that. Digital files are made of ones and zeros. They don’t exist physically. I suppose you could destroy one inContinue reading “Picture Show”

Looking Back


I made the original image a while back. I reworked it last night. But, that’s not what I’m going to talk about. You knew that, right? I want to talk about Dan Dasilva. Who? What? Where? He came to light via a photojournalist group that I’m part of on Facebook. Apparently, he lost a copyrightContinue reading “Looking Back”

Chasing the Sky


I tried. I really did. New Orleans was at about 75% of the solar eclipse, yesterday. Unfortunately, we also had clouds and some rain. When I say that, don’t mistake it for total overcast. Or, a massive storm. Around here, one street has rain and clouds and the next one does not. So. I wentContinue reading “Chasing the Sky”

To Everything There is a Season


To everything there is a season. A Biblical passage. A song that Bob Dylan wrote. A song that The Byrds made famous. Right now, I just call the season fall. Autumn. It’s my favorite time of year to work away from an urban environment, which in this case, just means working in a park. IContinue reading “To Everything There is a Season”

More Testing


I wish I could say that I’m bored. That would be a great excuse. But, I’m not. I am, however, trying to decide if I should license this painting software when its term expires. Before I write much further, I agree with someone who replied and said she preferred the sharpness of photographs. I agree.Continue reading “More Testing”