Posts Tagged ‘G7x mark ii’

Photo Friday: The Last Phone Booth

June 14, 2019

Out of the entire city of Portland, the is the only phone booth I’ve seen.

Last Phone Booth

First Look Photo: Cloudy Sunset

June 12, 2019

According to a friend, there are fires in Canada that are giving us some beautiful sunsets.

Sunset

It’s about time.

May 31, 2019

This clock scene reminds me of a photograph I saw from the 1950’s.

About Time

First Look Photo: Instrumental

May 15, 2019

This is one of my instruments to learn.  It’s a kalimba, and it looks fun.

Kalimba

Photo Friday: The Break is Over

March 8, 2019

It has been nearly 5 months since my last blog post, and I know I didn’t explain why I stopped for so long, but here’s the condensed version.  On October 19th my wife suffered a brain aneurism, and she was in the hospital for 3 months.  Since then, I have been helping her with her recovery. The fact that she survived an aneurism was a miracle, but the fact that she has done so with even less long term effects is an even greater one.

So here I am back and ready to resume my special brand of photo blogs.  I hope you all enjoy them.

Abstract Macro 1

Photo Friday: Flowers in a Vase

October 19, 2018

Today’s shot is just like the title, very simple.  That’s the type of artistic photography I love.

Flowers in vase

First Look Photo: Opposite Colors

June 6, 2018

Nothing makes a color stand out more than a background of the opposite color.

Red Green

First Look Photo: City Architecture

February 7, 2018

Thanks to the wonderful website 52Frames.com I have been looking at some of the architecture of Portland.  I really like the looks of the city building, in the tower, at night.  I especially like the way the arches are lit up.

The Tower

 

Photo Friday: Snow in the Streets

February 2, 2018

Here’s a view of downtown Portland during a snow storm.

Portland Snow

First Look Photo: Forgotten Toy

January 31, 2018

We all have things we are attached to, like the toys of our childhood, but as time goes on that attachment fades, and is quickly replaced by something else.

Neglected Bear