Yearly Archives: 2009

A Watering Can for Shadows (short story)

The empty tin watering can sits proudly on my front porch, like the personal greeters at WalMart except far less intrusive and much more visually stimulating. Not to say anything negative about personal greeters at WalMart -the level of tolerance they must have in order to carry out such a task is enviable, and to...

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Image And Words: Simplicity

comfort discovered you, meunsuspectingsomething brushed against our soulswhispering familiar secretssinging softly about truth you were with meall this time I held onto youfrom miles awayI felt your hand in mineas it gripped the camerawhile my eyes looked through the lenswhile the rain insisted on my company;you were there. now comfort has discovered you, meunsuspectingwe withstood...

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Old House on Old Road

Took this shot last week driving out a gorgeous country road. I am ever reminded of the power in simplicity, and that there really is beauty surrounding us, just waiting to be interpreted as such.

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Kevin & Roberta

I couldn’t help but pull the car over and get out when I saw this interesting couple walking downtown earlier today. I literally pulled the car over, approached them with a warm hello, and minutes later I was driving away with some new images for my personal portfolio. People come in all shapes, sizes, forms,...

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Grandmothers are a Song.

Its true, you know. That “Grandmothers Are a Song”. I wrote a poem with that title some time ago and will have to get out to the storage shed to dig through my bins of notebook scribblings, but I’m going to get some pretty copies printed for both of my wonderful grandmothers. Much is happening...

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