I used to spend a lot of time in doctor’s offices as I grew up, especially in my teen years. I was sickly and had a lot of stuff going on medically at times. I used to enjoy reading Reader’s Digest, but specifically the columns, Life’s Like That and All in a Day’s Work. These … More SNIPPETS – Volume 1
I love the work and philosophy of David deChemin. In one of his talks or blogs he said “In order to take more interesting photos, we have to become more interesting persons.” He then encouraged the reader/listener to put down the camera and go out and do something different. Go to the Opera, a film, … More Want to take interesting photos? Become an interesting person.
We had been doing the R.I.D.E. (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) spot check for about an hour with one more hour to go. It was a slow night, around 1:00 am in the middle of the week. As officers, we have been trained to look for signs of intoxication and in the manners in which people … More A Lesson In Racism
It made absolutely no sense. Here Sue was just a month after her stroke and she had a lot of weakness in her left arm and leg. She needed a rollator to aid her to walk and the top of her left shoe was wearing out from her dragging that foot when she got tired. … More Are you kidding me? You wanna do ARCHERY!!??
I became interested in a course, Photoshop Artistry, Fine Art Grunge Composition by Sebastian Michaels. I first learned of this course via Lightstalking where I was a regular attendee, sharing in posts and photos for critiques. I saw some of the members displaying their work after starting the course and they would talk about it. I watched some … More Composites. And no it’s not mulching organics!