Photo Shoot in Iceland!

November 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
It's different sort of shoot when your subjects are covered in gloves and hats and coats. Its a different sort of shoot when you are trying to figure out how to photograph at night, in the cold, and with a quiet aurora in the background. But, oh, so much fun! I had the privilege of sharing a trip to Iceland with my husband and with friends, and w...
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Dancing Light at the National Cathedral

September 22, 2017  •  2 Comments
COLORFUL ABSTRACT PHOTOS FROM THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL CATHEDRAL Bright sunlight on a late summer day brought dancing colored light into the National Cathedral. Here are some of photos that are less about the architecture of the cathedral and more about the beauty of pure color. I have pushed some of them farther than typical, but these low key i...
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A Few PNG Portraits: Boys Will Be Boys

June 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
You will have to bear with me. I came home to view my photos and realized I had more portraits of boys than girls. This was not on purpose. As a matter of fact I thought I was taking more photos of of the girls. My excuse is that I raised sons: three of them. Here is a selection of photos. It seems that boys will be boys whether in suburban United...
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Pink!

June 01, 2017  •  8 Comments
Years ago I saw an impressionist painting that had, as a part of it, a pink field. I assumed this was artistic license; a color added to invoke a feeling. I have searched for the painting and have been unable to find the exact one, but the memory of it returns every so often. Then a very bleak winter over a year ago, I was driving south through the...
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The Arboretum in Black and White

April 21, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
A spring trip to the arboretum is awash in color and depth, yet I found such strong pattern and texture that I was compelled to process some of the images in black and white. I hope to post color ones later, since that was the purpose of the visit, but enjoy a few monochromatic images of the flowers and architecture of the United States National A...
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