Posts Tagged ‘photography’

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: A great view

October 26, 2018

The view from Willard Beach of the Portland Headlight is amazing.

Portland Headlight

First Look Photo: More than meets the eye

October 24, 2018

I took a nice walk on the beach, and found this shell among the sand.  The thing I didn’t notice at first was how many shells there really were.

Not just sand

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: Signs of Fall

October 17, 2018

I just love this time of year for the wonderful array of colors.

The Leaf

Photo Friday: Odd One Out

October 12, 2018

A yellow acorn squash doesn’t make it any less an acorn squash.

Acorn

First Look Photo: Baskets of Strawberries

October 10, 2018

Here’s another photograph from my Project.  It involves strawberries in berry baskets.

Strawberries

 

First Look Photo: Apples and Oranges

October 3, 2018

In starting a new Instagram project, I have begun learning a new passion for fine art photography.  Working in a produce department of Whole Foods has afforded me the opportunity to get plenty of practice.

Apples and Oranges

Photo Friday: A Piece of Sunlight

September 28, 2018

Sunflowers are a flower that live up to their name.

Sunflower

First Look Photo: Fine Art Fire Escape

September 26, 2018

This photograph is about the lines, and the pattern they create.

Fire Escape