Only a few millimeters across, this is a tiny curl from the shoot of a pea pod. I love how something so small can be so truly wonderful and graceful.
This is our beautiful little cookie monster. As I start the countdown of the last 30 days of my 365 project, I want to revisit some themes from the past year.
The tomatoes are beginning to turn red in our garden!
It’s summertime. A time to be with friends and family, enjoy a cold beer or soda, and talk about life and everything.
As a slight nod to today’s date, I wanted to create an image that contained or conveyed the number ’13’ in some fashion.
The All-American burger. A fresh bun. Juicy 100% beef. Look closer. It’s made of plastic. And just so you know, this is not intended as commentary about the state of the fast food industry.
I have measured out my life with coffee spoons.” — T.S. Eliot I must admit, this is not my normal morning ritual. But the sunlight through the kitchen window was just begging to illuminate a photograph.
A partially peeled Clementine orange over a textured teal background. And as I was shooting this, I was wondering exactly where this orange got it’s name.
To me, the tops of pumpkins have always looked like the stumps of large twisted and gnarled trees, long ago removed by the village axman.