Nature gives us a lesson daily, when the transition from day to night begins.
A view that never fails to astonish and a willing subject floats my boat each July.
When things never stop moving, there’s an iPhone app for that.
It sways, it shimmers, it makes a magnetic shape-shifting tableau against a darkening summer sky.
Shadows from the most ubiquitous of window coverings, Venetian blinds, imprint themselves into my favorite photographs.
Does your preference for distorted reflections indicate something about your personality? Maybe.
Sometimes I prefer my reflections to be crystal clear, sometimes not. Today they’re mirror images.
Ahhh, the delights of discovering your dream coffee is also a work of art.
From golden time to twilight to dusk, the best light can be found when it’s waning.
“In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.” So said Aaron Rose, and it applies to gray days, too.
It's not easy to grasp the meaning in every reflection. Recognize this one?
Take time for a series of mirror images from quiet waters with reflective quotes to accompany them.
Shimmering in the late afternoon sun, these river birches whispered in collusion and begged for a photo.
There’s an ebb and flow to life, like day and night, on Maine’s coastal waters.
Finding the subtle similarities, and the contrasts, between things is one way to make photographs richer.