Mother is Watching
Everywhere I go, I see faces in nature. I am constantly reminded that Earth is a living, breathing organism, and she is always watching. . .
As if by magic, this leaf floats suspended over the grass by a single, nearly-invisible thread of spider's silk.
Perspective on a Bridge
Humdrum and Plum
Silver Maple in Bud
Aren't they fantastic? The colors are amazing, if you look closely enough.
Silver Maple in Bud 2
In the spring, when my Silver Maples are budding, this is what they look like. Those tiny filaments become the leaves that eventually fill my trees and shade my yard!
Toward the Light
Covered bridges aren't so easy to find anymore, but Indiana has some real treasures.
Passenger Side 1
In a road trip traveling along Route 421, I decided to set up my camera to take photos out of the passenger side window at regular one-minute intervals. These photos are happenstance captures as I rushed by in my car, but life outside stood still.
Passenger Side 2
Passenger Side 3
Passenger Side 4
Passenger Side 5
Passenger Side 6
Passenger Side 7
In a road trip traveling along Route 421, I decided to set up my camera to take photos out of the passenger side window at regular one-minute intervals. These are happenstance captures, the world outside my car standing quiet while I speed through. A metaphor for how so many of us operate.
Passenger Side 8
Passenger Side 9
While riding passenger at night, I let my camera work with the bumps and dips in the road to capture light patterns of the vehicles around us.
Traffic was backed up a bit. I love the patterns of light and the chaos implied
The lampposts overlook the interstate.
A seatless, abaondoned bus being consumed by the earth leaves me to marvel in the efficiency of nature.
From Wandering Outdoors