JUL 5 : 186/365

  Bachelor's Button The wildflower seeds I planted back in May are starting to bloom.  As it turns out, I didn't spread too many seeds and just the right amount have decided to take root (hooray for heavy handing it!)  Among the first to blossom are the Bachelor Buttons - such sweet little things in glorious... Continue Reading →

MAY 17 : 137/365

Eat food.  Not too much.  Mostly plants. - Michael Pollan I'm trying my hand at growing lettuce this season.  I bought a bowl of pre potted mixed greens at the nursery, and placed it outside on my back porch. Hasn't died yet. So far so good.      

MAY 6 : 126/365

Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing. ― Camille Pissarro   A field of humble dandelions, transformed through photography and 'paint'. (original iPhone photo below)    

APR 29 : 119/365

Here, in the garden at night, it is another world, strange and yet friendly and familiar, never frightening. There is such quietness, such sweetness, such refreshment. Close your eyes.  Breathe in again, smell everything mingled together, flowers and earth and leaves and grass. Smell the night. Listen. Nothing at all. Silence, rushing like the sea... Continue Reading →

APR 25 : 115/365

What is heaven? A globe of dew Filling in the morning new, Some eyed flower whose young leaves waken On an unimagined world; Constellated suns unshaken, Orbits measureless, are furled In that frail and fading sphere, With ten million gathered there To tremble, gleam and disappear. -Percy Bysshe Shelley

APR 7 : 97/365

Life needs more polka dots and picnics. Today I decided to steer my multiple exposure photography experiment away from the soft, oil pastel feel of the past few days an into the realm of pop art.  To do so, I focused on photographing subjects with bold colors and geometric patterns, and then blended those photos... Continue Reading →

APR 1 : 91/365

It always amazes me to look at the little, wrinkled brown seeds and think of the rainbows in them. - L.M. Montgomery The past few days I've been playing around with layering photos, colors and textures in the digital darkroom to create a type of art that lies somewhere between photography and painting.  I must... Continue Reading →

MAR 16 : 75/365

When Irish eyes are smiling Sure, 'tis like the morn in Spring In the lilt of Irish laughter You can hear the angels sing When Irish hearts are happy All the world seems bright and gay And when Irish eyes are smiling Sure, they steal your heart away.

MAR 10 : 69/365

Alexander Hamilton. My name is Alexander Hamilton. And there’s a million things I haven’t done, But just you wait, just you wait. So fortunate to have caught a performance today of the national tour as it passes through Denver this month. F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S!!

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