A tiny empty glass bottle, three decaying leaves, and three lake stones on a wooden table.
An extremely processed photograph of the waterfall at Pewitt’s Nest near the Wisconsin Dells re-imagined as a digital painting.
It’s brainstorm time for new photo ideas and directions. After a full year of my photo a day project, I took a bit of time away from shooting.
The water is flowing fast in the Milwaukee River these days.
You get some wonderful magical surprises when you experiment.
The bright ideas have, for the most part, flowed freely during this 365 project. Well, that fount of creative concepts dried up today.
When you take the time to really look at something, even a single blade of grass, it becomes something mysterious and awesome.
The Chicago Skyline from the Adler Planetarium. Since I am spending this day shooting with friends in Chicago, I thought I’d share an image I took the last time was there last August.
My goal with this image was to create a soft, sublime, atmospheric abstract out of something from inside our apartment. I wanted a hint of contour – almost like a foggy landscape with the morning sun peaking over a hill.