How I made a scene turn painterly with brushstrokes of color and light using a wobbly river for a canvas.
Your camera must always be ready to take in what your eyes can’t. But since it helps to be ready at the right time, here are three tips.
There are miles and miles of Texas that include bugs, glamour, bison and treasures, to name just a few things.
When you get off the beaten path, Texas shows you its hidden treasures.
Some boundaries demand us to push beyond them; in Scenic, South Dakota, it took awhile.
New Orleans turned on its Christmas light show, and I turned on my iPhone. So did others.
You can find a seasoned shoe shine man in Jackson Square to shine your shoes and tell some tales.
The dawn light yields some ethereal images in the Mexico Baja.
Photography excels at capturing contrasts—between dark and light, shadow and bright, death and life.
Windows and doors are irresistible to me. They offer enough symbolism to crank up anyone’s creative engine.
When it’s golden time, the choice may come down to nature v. man. Give me a ghost sign, a shiny neon sign and an old diner, and I’ll visit the lake next time.
When you’re in a creative drought, just hit the road. Literally or virtually, you can juice your creative flow and find new ways of looking at old things.
A summer cycling trip through Idaho, approaching the Grand Tetons, led to a beautiful afternoon, and later became inspiration for a painting.
“If you don’t know where you’re going, you might not get there.” —Yogi Berra Being prompted by a WordPress Daily Prompt, State of Your Year, is a great way to start a […]
Time travel right from your own iPad, your desktop or your car. Just get there when you can.