Banjo player, guitar player, grandfather, friend.
A great beard on a great friend.
An Indian blanket blossom from the side of the road and an old paintbrush.
Some things that help make creative photographs.
Color and frequency; the blessing of sight
Reflecting, bending, shaping, bouncing
The awesome physics of light
These poppies sure start out crinkly in the morning when they first open. Such cool textures and colors.
Little friend Damian, patiently posing on the stairs for me.
Newly planted in the Fall, newly blooming in the Spring!
Trumpet vine blossoms, before they have been formed. These are different from the main blossom, which grow out from the center of these little cups. When the blossom appears the assembly kinda has a Seuss-like quality to it.
Chinaberry blossoms and leaves. From the yard.
A studio portrait.
A pair of wildflowers from the yard on my favorite box.
Pyracantha from the yard, on my favorite box.
Our burly friend.
A revealing time of play.
From the center
Surrounded by blue
White and pollen
Reaching, for you
A trio of blossoms from the garden. A painted tea cup.
I came across this old watering can in the garage the other day and have been looking to use it in a photograph ever since.
From the side of the road. Yellow with brown centers.