“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” –Sharon Begley
An extremely processed photograph of the waterfall at Pewitt’s Nest near the Wisconsin Dells re-imagined as a digital painting.
Well, the day is here. Day 365. What better way to finish a year of photos, than with a family portrait.
“Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding, find out what you already know, and you’ll see the way to fly.” –Richard Bach
I spent part of Saturday at the fabulous Milwaukee Art Museum with my son. While most of our time was spend going and up and down (and up and down) stairs and looking out the windows
“By contemplating the impermanence of everything in the world, we are forced to recognize that every time we do something could be the last time we do it, and this recognition can invest the things we do with a significance and intensity that would otherwise be absent. We will no longer sleepwalk through our life.”… Continue reading Contemplating Impermanence
By my count, this is self-portrait 34 in this project. When I need to shoot something interesting everyday and I can’t find a suitable subject, it makes sense to shoot myself.
“We do not evaluate the result but the starting point of the creative process.” –Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
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.