A tiny empty glass bottle, three decaying leaves, and three lake stones on a wooden table.
A worn paint brush on a (mostly) white painted canvas.
A dry leaf sits on a park bench in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. The colors are just about past peak now around here,
“By a Carpenter mankind was made, and only by that Carpenter can mankind be remade.”
A pencil on a blank white page. Another image inspired by my lack of any good ideas for my image of the day.
The sun sets behind a wooden bench along a hiking trail in southeast Wisconsin. A quiet, peaceful little scene.
This is my take on the old saying “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.” Which, to me, means it is better to see and appreciate what you have rather than think about and worry about what you do not.
Shot with my son’s wooden blue-feathered bird friend in the palm of my hand.
Details of lines and shapes on an exterior wall of a modular building at the Maryland Avenue Montessori School on the East Side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was overcast today which made for very soft and even illumination. On a walk with the family to the grocery store, we stopped to let my son play on the playground at the school. While he was playing, I took a quick look around.
I originally shot this old school house interior and broken chair back in March of 2012. My wife and I were taking the backroads in northern Illinois somewhere near Rockford when we passed this old building. Of course, I immediately hit the brakes and turned around and started shooting.