Month: May 2014

Bubble Wrap

I’m forever blowing bubbles,
Pretty bubbles in the air,

bubbless v

They fly so high,
Nearly reach the sky, Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story

Be inspired by our artists of the future…

The Artists i

 

 

The Artist iii

 

 

The Artist i
Abstract iv

 

After a year blogging with the Twenty Eleven Theme I am trying out McKinley. I like its uncluttered zen-like quality with its great photo clarity.  Love to hear your thoughts.

Have a Happy Abstract Wednesday…

Sand Stone

Sand Stone ii

Found in the sand of a Tunisian beach many years ago and with me ever since…

Daily Promp: Finders, Keepers?

Color v Monochrome: The Poll of the Century

All right, I admit it is perhaps a slight exaggeration but hopefully it caught your attention. Let me explain… and there will be a poll at the end.

My recent post Monochrome Enchantment was inspired by a superb exhibition at the Andrew Smith Gallery in Santa Fe of the works of Ansel Adams.  Landscape photography never looked more breathtaking and I came away in awe of the drama and beauty of Ansel Adams’s black and white view of the world and a greater understanding as to why he is considered one of the greatest photographers of the twentieth century. Continue reading

Monochromatic Enchantment

Plaza Blanca ii

 

Plaza Blanca ii

 

Plaza i

Spectacular views of Plaza Blanca, Abiquiu from our recent unforgettable visit to The Land of Enchantment that is New Mexico…