Reflection, meet shadow. Here is another shot of my son from the Milwaukee Art Museum this Labor Day weekend.
To get to the best picnic spot in the park, little superman decided to walk up the big hill instead of fly. Of course, he also decided to roll down.
The monkey bars, the swings, the slides, and the fire poles. My son visited all of them multiple times on this summer morning visit to the playground.
How many times did my son climb up and down this tunnel of fun at the local church playground? Way too many to count.
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.
This single orange lily is one of many that line our driveway from the garage to the street. Today, while most were in the shade of the house, this one was off by itself, basking in the glow of the sun.
“Paint me a blue sky. May the colors run true. That I may look to the Heavens, when I search for the truth.” —Ian Moore , “Blue Sky” from his debut album.
I can’t believe it has been almost exactly 26 years since I was in Death Valley National Park. I was going back through some (very old) images, relatively low quality scans of 5×7 color prints, and found this image of some sand dunes shot in June of 1990.
Since I didn’t have an opportunity to shoot a 365 project image today, I went back through some older RAW images looking for some unprocessed gems and found this 2013 shot of the Swiss Lanes bowling alley in New Glarus, Wisconsin.