Thursday, August 21, 2014
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Monday, August 18, 2014
You wake up early and step out for a walk, and you wonder what big news will shape the. The egg shell resting on the hedge tells you life goes on, however small, and this feels like big news. What else could it be from such a small shell?
Back at the shack, Adella photographs the pelicans--your favorite bird--and you give it a go, too. You want to be that bird. Who wouldn't want to ride the thermals, skate the waves, weave in and out of groups of flying birds, living with a permanent grin. You and the turtles; you've got this. Yes.
Back at the ranch, though, there's this little dude to tolerate your camera. Maybe he's happy you opened this bush to more light. Maybe he just plain knows you'll be on your way. You've been here before. You're harmless, even if you never know when to look away.
But when you'll do, you'll see what Adella sees:
Our World Tuesday
Saturday, August 16, 2014
The last photo I took in North Carolina this summer was of this bougainvillea blossom. By the time I had the car packed, the flower had fallen to the ground and withered in the sun. So fleeting and gentle is nature.