Month: January 2015

BLACK AND WHITE, ROUGH AND SMOOTH

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Textures Black and white perfect to show off textures. Nothing makes stone, wood, brick, or basketry look crisper than monochrome. I especially love sepia for brick and bark. Here are a few examples.

DEEP AND DEEPER

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE Depth There’s deep and there’s deep. All kinds of depth. In the desert, in the water, in the snow. And there are more, but as it happens, I don’t have pictures of it. But there’s mud, and misery,… Read More ›

SNOWPOCALYPSE

Although almost every television outlet has adopted “Snowmageddon” as the correct noun to use when describing the end of the world by snow, personally, I favor “Snowpocalypse.” Call me old-fashioned, but when I look out on the Siberian landscape we call home, I… Read More ›

THEN IT SNOWED EVEN MORE

It has not been the apocalypse. Not “Snowmageddon.” Nonetheless, as I write this, we are approaching three feet of accumulated snow. It’s not over, either. Depending on who you are following, we’ve got quite a few hours more of storm to navigate…. Read More ›