Monthly Archives: December 2011
As of today, the days get longer and the nights get shorter. There’s a lot of winter to get through yet, but we’ve turned the corner. Oh tidings of comfort and joy.
I’m struck by how often shapes and textures recur in nature even on vastly different scales. One of the things I most love about macro lenses is how well they distort our perception of the everyday and familiar, and give … Continue reading
Central Washington was at one time the apple capital of the world and remains one of America’s premiere apple-producing regions. This sign adorns the side of what looks like an abandoned cold-storage facility in the town of Chelan, which is … Continue reading