Showing posts for 'still life'. Clear search

an eruption of color

June 07, 2021 - A visitor to the western United States, viewing the low and high desert regions, might see a rose bush and think of it a...
Read the Full Post »

sun, shade, and in-between

April 04, 2021 - It is spring. As I write, the temperature is 79 degrees, and the thermometer is eeking its way to 80. Either temperature...
Read the Full Post »

roses and then some

March 29, 2021 - Once again this week, wonderful gifted roses provided the material for today's blog. Over three days, I let my eyes, the...
Read the Full Post »

they keep on giving

March 14, 2021 - Orchids are amazing flowers. While growing up in New Mexico, it was rare to see an orchid, except upon occasion in a nur...
Read the Full Post »

thinning ice

March 07, 2021 - This week, we celebrate a rather inauspicious anniversary. Although the first known case of COVID-19 was identified in A...
Read the Full Post »

it had to be snow

February 21, 2021 - Much of northern and other parts of New Mexico received its deepest snowfall of the season this week, welcomed by almost...
Read the Full Post »

in house

February 15, 2021 - The low here this morning was 1. With a few high clouds but mostly sunny skies, the temperature is already up to 10 degr...
Read the Full Post »

changes in the world

December 14, 2020 - 2020 has been a year of changes in many ways. Watching Meet the Press on NBC yesterday morning, I found the Data Downloa...
Read the Full Post »

closing salvo

October 26, 2020 - This year's autumn in northern New Mexico has been beautiful and dramatic, and was extended by warmer than usual weather...
Read the Full Post »

what do you do?

September 14, 2020 - I have asked myself so many times this week "What can I do" and "what should I do" in reference to the climate crisis ev...
Read the Full Post »

gift of roses

August 31, 2020 - For this photographer, gifts are wonderful for two different reasons. The first is the experience of pleasure, beauty, a...
Read the Full Post »

grateful

August 17, 2020 - As the world works its way through a pandemic, elections, economic distress, hunger and wars, along with forces of natur...
Read the Full Post »

sweet, lovely, and short

June 22, 2020 - Father's Day and the summer solstice punctuated the weekend, amidst the pandemic and political crises. The world turns,...
Read the Full Post »

counterpoint

June 08, 2020 - As part of nature, human beings frequently have their own ways of being heard. We all saw peaceful protests with incredi...
Read the Full Post »

back to blooms

May 11, 2020 - You have noticed by now that my blogs for the last couple of months have featured subjects I find around our place. Like...
Read the Full Post »

March mash ups

March 30, 2020 - Here it is. The final Monday in March 2020. And what an incredible month it has been. Numbers of cases and unfortunately...
Read the Full Post »

backdrop by nature

January 26, 2020 - This planet of ours is extraordinary, and the nature of it literally never ceases to amaze me. If I am paying attention...
Read the Full Post »

round two with food

April 28, 2019 - It was great to hear from so many of you concerning possibilities for my Tasty and Artful greeting card set. The Native...
Read the Full Post »

petal pusher

March 25, 2018 - As far as I am concerned, there is nothing like a gift of flowers to get the creative juices flowing. They also make me...
Read the Full Post »

jewels of winter

January 22, 2018 - The first real winter arrived late Saturday evening and early Sunday morning in the southern Rocky Mountains. Although w...
Read the Full Post »

a new year

December 31, 2017 - Today is a brand new day in a brand new year. My hope is that 2018 provides each of you abundant creativity, adventures,...
Read the Full Post »

remembering

May 29, 2017 - Today is Memorial Day, a day set aside for remembering those who died while serving in the country's armed forces. Altho...
Read the Full Post »

studying winter

January 16, 2017 - At this time of year, particularly during a winter such as this when rain and snow and ice are frequent occurrences, my...
Read the Full Post »

2017 - fresh and juicy!

January 02, 2017 - Happy New Year from the piñon and juniper mesa! 2017 may well be a seminal year in the United States and the world, so h...
Read the Full Post »

modern art of winter

December 18, 2016 - What do you see when you look out the window? On many days in northern New Mexico, you see a brilliant blue sky. After t...
Read the Full Post »

chaos

March 14, 2016 - From 1995 through 1997, I had the privilege of photographing some of the great minds on the planet who were either in re...
Read the Full Post »

Glass: its own world

February 01, 2016 - When a blog reader mentions a specific area of art or photography that she or he likes, I think about that and, if possi...
Read the Full Post »

welcome the new year

December 27, 2015 - No doubt you have heard me say and read the sentiment "Where did the year go?" Once again, I am saying that, because 201...
Read the Full Post »

Archive
January February March April May June July August (2) September (4) October (4) November (4) December (5)
January (4) February (5) March (4) April (4) May (5) June (4) July (3) August September October November December