We had the first snow of December on the 8th.
Autumn leaves on a walnut tree are just gorgeous.
Believe it or not, it’s been over a year since I last photographed the catalpa tree. Time to do it again!
I know, it’s not technically fall just yet. But it feels like it today, so I’m calling it like it is.
I was recently camping at Brevort Lake, Michigan, on vacation. While there, I took some long-exposure photos one night. Here are some of the best ones of the batch.
I splashed in the puddles today without my shoes on. It was fun. And I was intrigued by the way splashes behave differently with bare feet as opposed to shoes.
New photo because I got some new bookmarks for Aubrey Hansen’s books.
I revive this dormant photoblog to post a photo of my screenplay Bellwether which I just sent into a screenplay contest earlier today.
I love how these wind chimes stick together when they get wet.
This was part of lunch. No, the sauce didn’t go in the hot chocolate.