I like to look at things through the lens of a camera. Some of my favorites are flowers and ordinary things that become extraordinary from a certain perspective.
I have always approached my photography casually. When I have my camera with me I do my best to capture what I see, just as it is. I don’t use a bag of tricks or special equipment. I don’t wait for the perfect light or watch for hours until the setting is ideal. I just click the shutter release once or twice to make a photo as I see the subject while traveling on the road of life.
I have also approached this website casually. Maybe a bit too casually, but it is a hobby, not a job for me. You may know an image of mine that you cannot find on this website. There just are not enough hours in the day or days in the week or weeks in the month. Life provides more options that I can manage right now. So, if you want a specific image or just want to see all the images I offer, please complete the contact form so I can make an appointment with you in metro area. There may be other options if you don’t live close by. Thanks for your interest!
I’m not an botany expert so if you see something is misidentified, please let me know. Let me know if something other than flowers & plants seems amiss too. Friendship is not a reward for our discrimination and good taste in finding one another. It is the instrument by which God reveals to each of us the beauty of all the others. C. S. Lewis The kindness of friends encourages me to look for similar qualities in others I meet (and it will help keep this site accurate too)!
Legendary photographer Ansel Adams once said “there are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.”
I hope you enjoy your view of the images from my scrapbook of visual muses.
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