The Path to My Soul

  If you’re lucky enough to have a horse in your life, you know it isn’t just a phase. . . it’s a “forever thing.”  You know that the trust and love that is shared between the two of you transcends this reality, and you quickly recognize this kindred spirit that continues to share the fabric of your soul. Between the two of you, there...

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A Morning to Remember

  It was the coldest night of season and I awoke at 5:30 this morning and turned on the TV to watch “Balalaika” with Nelson Eddy, from under a warm down comforter and snuggled among my doggies.   A point of clarification, Nelson Eddy is in the movie, not in my bed. I grew up with the Nelson Eddy and Jeanette McDonald musicals, and Balalaika (costar is...

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A Woodland Whisper

    On a recent day trip to the forest to find autumn colors, I made the photo above.  It’s an HDR (high dynamic range) composite of five photos.    We don’t have many maples here in New Mexico;  lots of gorgeous golden aspens, but not the vibrant red of maples.  I was quite focused on finding red, so I was somewhat surprised that I was drawn to...

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Project 365

  On January 1st of this year I embarked on my first 365 day photo project.  There are a lot of hints and suggestions about themes and how to stick with it; however, I have learned that if you’re going to be successful in this or anything in life, you have to customize it to your preferences.  Today is Day 228 of the project, so I thought I would share some of...

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Finding the Muse

  Artists, writers, any creative professionals refer to the “muse” as the source of  inspiration.  We all hit a blank wall at some point.  For the writer, the words just don’t come, for the photographer, it’s “I don’t know what to take a picture of.”  It’s what we do at that wall that defines as an artist.  ...

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