One of the coolest parts of moving back to the area where I grew up is the ability to revisit my old haunts at will, and therefore, to instantly travel back in time. This park was my favorite place to indulge in a bit of solitude, as well as the preferred site of many aContinue reading “A Walk in the Park”
Headed out to Detroit Shipping Company last night for the sweet song stylings of one of my favorite local spaghetti western folk duos. I used one of their songs, “Galaxy”, for the end credits of my recent directorial adventure, and almost every time I attend their shows, the lead singer gives me a shout-out, andContinue reading “Music in the D: The Whiskey Charmers”
Another of my favorite shots from OBX, taken as a storm was rolling in. from my safe perch on the 3rd floor balcony. My real-time perspective didn’t have a black and white filter, but it may as well have. Shot on Pixel 6 Pro.
The view from last week’s vacation. Not too shabby. Shot on Pixel 6 Pro, black and white filter.
How different everything is for the craftsman who transforms a part of the world with his own hands, who can see his work as emanating from his being and can step back at the end of a day or lifetime and point to an object — whether a square of canvas, a chair or aContinue reading “Whittle While We Work”
Ann Arbor architecture doesn’t disappoint. Shot on Pixel 6 Pro, black and white filter.
Don’t turn your back. Don’t look away. Shot on Pixel 6 Pro, black and white filter.
There are times in life when it feels like it’s all you can do to take it one day at a time. When the world puts you in reaction mode, one mini-crisis to the next, and your waking hours consist entirely of parrying the attacks. And not forgetting to breathe. Out and in, out andContinue reading “Times Like These”