Working on a new project, the dissolution of the puffball of the Western Salsify, and wondering about life.
My weekended plan was to investigate Mailchimp, but I ended up spending all my time shooting Agave plants, then investigating how to best present its curve.
I self-published a photography book based on my “Chloroplast” portfolio using BookWright, and offer a free pdf to those who request it.
Another view of a dry leaf of the Cecropia, in black and white, reveals a different aspect of this interesting, large leaf found in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil.
Every April, photographers walk the streets of Sacramento, trespassing on people’s lawns and driveways, to capture the beautiful Dogwood flowers that grow in the city gardens.
Back to the Cold Canyon for a wildflower walk with a camera, I spotted a number of adorable flowers. This post contains some photography tips.
I introduce my followers to one of my black and white photographs of an Agave plant, and write some thoughts about succulent plant photography in monochrome.
I write about a hidden gem for springtime and fall photography, located on Pleasants Valley Road in California, off Highway 20, the South Yuba River State Park.