I’ve been putting my kayak in the water a lot recently. It’s a wonderful experience, especially at sunset watching the colors change in the sky. On my last paddle I took a few pictures and wrote a few words about it. Click here to view the post and here to visit my blog The Dedicated Townie.
Went out to the beach to watch the upcoming cool weather season’s first cold front roll through the area. The drama of the squall line was pretty cool. Wind, dynamic clouds full of contrast and moving fast, abrupt temperature changes and then a hard, driving rain. Click here to see the sequence of images from the event.
So far I have two shell prints for which the initial cut has been completed. I’m now proofing them and playing with adding color. The decision to create a series of shell prints was taken with some hesitancy as, being a Floridian, I fear that creating images of shells can be somewhat cliche’. Maybe, maybe not. It got me thinking about taking the easy road, picking the low hanging fruit or what have you, in terms of composition. I wrote about a bit on my blog The Dedicated Townie– you can view the post by clicking here.