Photography excels at capturing contrasts—between dark and light, shadow and bright, death and life.
Finding the subtle similarities, and the contrasts, between things is one way to make photographs richer.
A life lost, a photograph found but words, not. Some days are just that: wordless.
When you expected the unexpected, serendipity can become your photographic assistant.
It’s always sweet to find that unexpected reward in your photographs—that unexpected extra detail to make the shot an image.
Follow the 11 Commandments of Writing and Daily Creative Routine, according to Henry Miller, in 1932.
As practitioners of creativity, we’re inspired by our voyeuristic natures. And cities offer much room to look inside for ideas.
My room with a view is dedicated to inspiration for my writing, distraction-free save for my view.
You and your camera are a team, with a few simple tricks of good timing.
Two views show how Florida skies display harmony with the sunset’s color palette.
A short tale of finding what I wasn’t searching for, with a twist—of color.
Creativity offers the allure of many twists and turns. We can’t really have it all, though, can we? Isn’t choice inevitable?
Where can you find little works of art? Look for them in the commonplace, and in the clichés, where they hide in plain sight.
Art is everywhere, not just in museums, often in the architecture of well-preserved towns–where their sense of place honors their architectural past.
Looking at water for patterns, and finding them, or finding none at all, can be a source of inspiration and creativity.