Ephemeral

A fleeting bloom by the sacred Blue Lake on the volcanic Togariro Crossing, NZ. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Ephemeral.”

Step Into Liquid

It’s a funny time of year, this in-between winter and spring. The strengthening sunlight says, “spring!”; the chill of the shadows says, “winter!”

Fresh Snowfall

New York awoke this morning to the first day of spring and fresh dusting of snow. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Fresh.”

An Icy Glance

Olympus OM1N, 100 F2.8.

A Lesson in Discipline

We can resist anything except temptation. Shooting digital brings temptation—the ability to see immediately whether we nailed the shot and the ability to do it over (and over and over) again. For this… Continue reading

A World of Walls

From New England to New Zealand, from Sudan to Scotland, from walls of prayer to walls riddled with reminders of war, here is our world of walls. In response to The Daily Post’s… Continue reading

Simply Divine

New Zealand’s rural churches are humble, simple and plain. Sitting surrounded by fields and farmland,  country church architecture ranges from basic “shed” to “Carpenter Gothic” in style. Timber is the primary building material, a one room plan gives… Continue reading

Last Gasp of Winter

If March comes in like a lion, then this year it is roaring. Snow, snow, snow… will it never end? With an Olympus OM1 loaded with Fuji colour film, an iPhone and an hour to… Continue reading

Orange Is The New Black

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Orange you glad it’s photo challenge time?.”

Triptych

Tuesday morning commute, -5°C/ 23°F. Catching the steam and light just right is the reward for frozen fingers, nose and toes.