Here’s the third in a series of images created using artificial intelligence on the GoArt website. You can find the original photo here. I’ve loved the works of Vincent van Gogh ever since I saw an exhibit of his sunflower paintings at San Francisco’s de Young Museum in April 1973; so naturally I’m partial to the look of this art […]
Here’s the second in a series of images created using artificial intelligence on the GoArt website. You can find the original photo here, in my post from yesterday. I found it almost impossible to choose a favorite, looking at the different results I got side by side; so I’m offering them up here one at a time, spread out over […]
A few weeks ago I decided to shoot a few photos like the one above. I was in my kitchen, organizing things on the countertop prior to washing dishes; I happened to turn a glass pot lid upside down atop a coffee mug, and the result pleased me so much that I went for my camera. I wasn’t sure what […]
I haven’t participated in Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge for awhile, but I’ve missed it a lot, so here’s my entry for this week’s challenge: Leaves and Trees.
It’s easy to see the beauty of larger avians like the Bald Eagle, the Great Blue Heron, or the Snowy Owl. A lot of times I miss the small birds because they are more shy, they move very quickly, and at a distance the intricacy of their plumage may not be visible.
Winter has barely begun, and I’m already looking forward to spring! I shot these photos in 2017 and 2019.
A slightly different version of this post was originally published on June 10, 2018. The Crown of Thorns is a real eye-catcher, a hardy succulent that grows well both in the wild and as a favorite garden hybrid. I’m honestly not sure what appeals to me more about this plant — the vivid blooms or the aggressive spines jutting from […]
The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Pink and Yellow (separately or combined).