A simple trio of lilies shot on a warm summer day in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It seems that I like to shoot these flowers on my birthday.
I waited a bit too long to shoot this red tulip blossom. It sat on my desk and slowly dried out. And I have to say, I’m quite pleased about that.
“Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.” –Henry David Thoreau
These small containers of washable paint belong to my son. I noticed the complementary colors when I was cleaning his painting supplies and I thought, ‘I have to shoot those!’
“To believe in luck, you must believe that the universe is a roulette wheel and that instead of paying out to us what we have earned, it pays out only what it wishes. But it is not a spinning wheel of chance, it is a work of art, complete and framed by eternity.” –from “Innocence”… Continue reading Eternally Spinning
“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.” –Henry Ward Beecher
It’s amazing how beautiful a single flower floating in a water filled glass bowl can be.
This concrete and glass “tower” sits on the corner of Downer Avenue and Bellview Place on the East Side of Milwaukee. I’ve tried shooting this many times and have never really captured the shot I wanted.
The sun sets behind a wooden bench along a hiking trail in southeast Wisconsin. A quiet, peaceful little scene.