Tag Archives: black and white

Black and White: Part 1

Although I’ve not yet finished my rambles in the rainbow garden, I’ve been invited by Allan at Ohm, Sweet Ohm to take a break and try my hand at black and white. Black and white seems particularly apt for the … Continue reading

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Orange Suns and Moons

I’ve touched upon deep greens and blues, swaths of sepia, my proclivity toward seeing things in black and white, and some of the unintended side-effects of my fondness for bright red. Today, thanks to a gift from one of my … Continue reading

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“Sunlight, quiet and vast and clean”

A quick post to show you one of my daughter Suzannah’s award-winning photographs.  Photography is a passion Jim developed at about her age, and something he taught her about.  They looked together at photography catalogues–cameras, tripods, lenses and  gadgets–the way … Continue reading

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