Point Arena lighthouse was gorgeous on mothers’ day. My son and I drove from Bodega Bay all the way north to Fort Bragg. It was supposed to be a scouting trip, as most trips with non-photographers turn out to be. At the lighthouse, however, I had to make a longer stop and try to captureContinue reading “￼My dream of Point Arena Lighthouse, in black and white (Northern California)”
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.
Sometimes I just get lost in the moment with my camera.
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.
Come along with me for a walk in the pasture, along the nearly dry marsh, towards the mountains, and into the light.
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.
Peppers are fun to photograph and reveal interesting shapes when looked at from certain angles. In this post, I write about a few photos of these vegetables I have created, in black and white.