Happy Thanksgiving, all! This morning I had quiet time to consider all that I am grateful for at this moment. I live a blessed existence, though, the past half-year has been filled with more downs, than ups. I have lost special people to cancer, and special people have been told cancer is their new reality,… Continue reading Gratitude
I’ve been slightly invisible lately, a combination of verybusynotenoughtimeintheday and a lack-of-travel-plans fugue. fugue fyo͞oɡ/ noun plural noun: fugues ..a state or period of loss of awareness of one’s identity, often coupled with flight from one’s usual environment, associated with certain forms of hysteria… I’ve spend what spare time I have combing the internet for… Continue reading Girl úr landinu norður frá…
Just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Easter! I love this day because it is so relaxed and a special way to welcome Spring! Most of our hens lay brown eggs, so my daughter decorated with Sharpies this year. And today is extra special as it is my 17th wedding anniversary. Here is my special… Continue reading Happy Easter
©2016 Monocle The world’s most celebrated photographic art fair, in 2013 took place for the first time at Paramount Pictures Studios in LA. The Lower East side, Brooklyn, has been transformed into a mobile Chelsea, NY gallery walk. My absolute favorite news and culture source, Monocle, sent me my weekend edition of their “round up… Continue reading Paris Photo: Los Angeles. Watch the Film.
First – and of utmost importance from one photographer to another – the photos in this post are those of the incredibly talented photographer, Casey Reynolds. That said: I love to camp. Not structured-campsite camping but what I grew up calling “kamikaze camping.” It’s simple, just take a backpack and go. Follow trails, lose sight… Continue reading Photographer’s Dream
I have been fascinated recently with Space. I have watched “The Martian” twice and I loved it. Not only is it realistic, it is funny and Matt Damon is so charming! I love it! Did I mention how much I love it?! Add to that the amazing photos posted by Astronaut Scott Kelly from the… Continue reading Space Crush
After a lifetime of obsessive photography and a decade of professional, I tried astrophotography for the first time in 2015 while I was in the Highland region of Assynt, Scotland. I spent four nights chasing the Aurora Borealis and learning by trial and error (more error) how to take a photo of the night sky.… Continue reading I’ve Got a Date With a Comet!