Shot on Google Pixel 3, f/1.8, 1/60, 4.44mm, ISO445.
The kittens went back to the shelter today, to get ready to be offered to the public for adoption. Our mission — to get them fattened up a la Hansel & Gretel — was deemed a success, with extra credit points for surrounding them with love and attention so they’re primed and ready for theirContinue reading “Da Capo al Coda”
And how do you know that you’re mad? “To begin with,” said the Cat, “a dog’s not mad. You grant that?” I suppose so, said Alice. “Well then,” the Cat went on, “you see a dog growls when it’s angry, and wags its tail when it’s pleased. Now I growl when I’m pleased, and wagContinue reading “Cheshire Cat”
Not the shot I was going for, but one of my favorites from this session. Photography is weird — especially when you don’t fully understand what you’re doing. Shot on Google Pixel 3, ƒ/1.8, 1/30, 4.44mm, ISO 1176, black and white filter.
What’s a life without a feeling of giving back? A life half-lived, perhaps. A life satisfying on a surface level, but a little bit empty. A bit uninspiring. You don’t have to be intensely religious, or even spiritual, to experience the adrenaline rush — and with practice, even an all-body euphoria — that comes withContinue reading “Living in the Here and Meow”
This week, the animals came. If you ask me — and you’re reading this, so I’m gonna interpret that as a solid yes — raising kids, dogs, and cats is hard, but keeping plants alive is harder. That said, I absolutely adore having a Japanese-influenced design added to my beloved money pit. It’s everything IContinue reading “Japanese Garden”
In honor of one year’s time writing this blog, here’s my favorite of the photos I’ve posted. Thanks for giving me your time, from time to time. May it continue.
Necessity is the mother of invention, or something. An ambivert navigating the time of Delta, phone camera in hand, waiting for an outdoor table in the local social district. Shot on Google Pixel 3, ƒ/1.8, 1/412, 4.44mm, ISO58, black and white filter.
I’ll say one thing for the immersive Van Gogh exhibit at the TCF Center in Detroit this summer: it’s an art display like none other. One might even debate whether it’s actually displaying art at all, since there are no actual paintings in the entire exhibit. The first thing I ever learned about Van GoghContinue reading “Whither Thou Goghest”
My significant other and I brought in my birthday late last night by watching “Val”, an autobiopic (is that a thing?) by one of my childhood crushes whose life has taken twists and turns both tremendous and tragic. The film took us on a journey through his life up to now, the good days andContinue reading “Pretty Good Year”