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art photography

The Black Tree Mood

Yesterday’s, was clear and sunny and this photograph was taken in color. So why the dingy monochrome look? The simple answer is, it’s the way I felt.

This Covid-19 lockdown is getting on my nerves. The photograph could have and maybe even should have been developed as a colorful landscape. I just couldn’t do it.

It’s going to rain quite a bit this week.

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art Buddhism places

Touching God

I’ve been to this place hundreds of times. It’s land that was once owned by a old relative of mine who loved growing things, especially trees. I’m embarrassed to say in spite of all those visits, I never really “saw” those magnificent trees. In this photograph my wife is touching one. To me, it looks like she’s patting the universe.

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art camera photography places

Setting Sun In Boston Public Garden

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Maine places

A Veteran’s Day Memory

In memory of those who died.

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city living photography

Early Evening Moon

Now that our window air conditioner is gone, the new access gives me a great new angle on the city.

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art my opinion photography

Landscape Mantra

Stripted to its basics, this is a photograph of weeping willows and other trees surrounding a calm body of water. There’s a mottled sky overhead and no people to be seen. My additional goal for this image, besides rendering the landscape well, was to create in the viewer a meditative state that arises from seeing this view. I am well aware that it’s a conceit to believe I can but just trying was well worth the effort.

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city living photography

Thunderstorm!

It wasn’t a little one!

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city living

5:30AM

There is magic in this city as the sun begins to rise and the streets still sleep.

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art city living places

View From Boston Garden

As we walked past this scene this morning the world turned happy.

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art places

Cherry Blossom Morning

These scenes are achingly beautiful and SO very short.