When it does not happen often, you appreciate it when it does. The beauty of how frost outlines the leaves especially grabs me this year. Three days of winter weather here in PDX. Our days of frost, then snow, and then ice. This is the day of frost. Advertisements
I am going back to some of the images I took last December. My husband and I celebrated our 15th anniversary by taking a long evening walk along the riverfront, crossing bridges, walking along streets, the promenade, and taking the MAX. I can’t believe I had only edited a couple of images from this set … More Portland, Oregon Bridges at Night (December 2015)
I participated in two creepy Halloween shoots in Marcola, Oregon in October and November. I have to admit I had a blast. It is not that often I get to be THAT creative. It was organzied by Ceara from : https://www.facebook.com/tellmeyourforeverstory/?fref=ts She did a fantastic job of organizing the two events. The makeup artists, costumes, … More Creepy Halloween Shoots
This is my first attempt at underwater photography. And I am IN LOVE with it. Everything that makes photography magical. Light, motion, emotion, surprises. Pure magic.
I wonder if something magical happens on a foggy morning before most people are awake. On Saturday, the fog beckoned me into its mystique. I rushed outside. I had a busy day ahead, but I did not want to miss the fog. The fog was amazing, but what I did not expect to see was … More Misty Spiderwebs Foggy Morning
Some of my favorite lensbaby images. I am participating in 30 days of Lensbababy on 365project.org so I thought I would share some of my favorite images I’ve taken this past year or so.
There is this island nearby in the Willamette River in Milwaukie/Oak Grove (Oregon) that is only accessible on foot after a long dry spell when a land bridge emerges that allows people to walk across. It is beautiful and creepy. I am not sure what it is that makes it feel spooky to me, but … More Elk Rock Island
Last month, I was curious what an prism could for my images, so I gave it a whirl. Many images were not so good, but with these, I was pleasantly surprised at what magic can happen when you hold up a prism to light in front of a camera. Reflections that look like double exposure. … More Using a Prism with Photography
I’ve been noticing a shift in the homeless lately. I have been seeing more and more often women who look clean with signs that that are mothers out of work. Young people, middle aged, not unkempt. I see them with cardboard signs and it jolts me, because the line between us is thin. What places me in … More An Artist’s Life