The last week or ten days have been very hot and humid. Frequent threats of rain kept the clouds overhead almost all the time. When they were not totally covering the sun and creating a dreary sky, the clouds were very puffy, huge, varied in shape … [Read more...] about Hot Weather – Good Infrared
We have been fans of Cirque du Soleil for many years. I first stumbled on one of their shows back in the 80s by accident while channel surfing on the TV. Its mesmerizing music, colorful costumes, choreography, and of course, the acrobatics take you … [Read more...] about Cirque du Soleil – LUZIA
This post is dedicated as a birthday gift to my sister from Jan and I. We are sending our best wishes and these flowers on your birthday Binnaz, many happy returns of the day. A day in Boston and Watertown As the spring tries to turn into summer, … [Read more...] about From Spring to Summer
About a week ago I wrote a post, What Is A Project, which focused mainly on personal projects. But, I have had other kinds, commissioned projects by clients. We need to treat them quite differently from personal projects. Instead of having an idea … [Read more...] about What Is A Commissioned Project?
With the Canon M5 converted for infrared photography, I enjoyed photographing the neighborhood and even drove about 2.5 miles from home to see the Narragansett Bay. From the end of Norwood Ave. in Cranston I photographed the wind turbines and the … [Read more...] about Infrared Walkabouts
About a month ago at a meeting with a small group of photographers, the conversation came to "what is a project" and questions related to it. Some said they started a project with a very clear idea of what they wanted to do, while others started … [Read more...] about What Is A Project?
I want to talk about lace, fancy and frilly lace. The kind used in wedding gowns, fancy dresses, underwear. It can be made on computerized textile machines that can replicate the same pattern with great consistency. Then there is lace made on … [Read more...] about Of Laces, Yachts, Streets