Thursday, January 27, 2011

Fun For Friday

The FSO challenge this week is the letter "F". 
Here is some Foam.

Next is Fattening! 
 Then, we have feet.
 Here is Flight.
 I have multiple "F"s in this shot: frozen, flock, four
 "Fitting in" for this shot.  My cat Winston smooshed himself into the box.
I have two "F"s here: fiancee' and food!

I hope you enjoyed!

Sunday, January 23, 2011

A little sin

This is no quagmire,
a little sin can go a
long way, just kiss me.

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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Carnival of Dreams

insomnia floats,
a glowing orb singing its presence
through the opened window;

there will be a death,
eyes closed, colors swirl, I enter the
carnival of dreams.

For more of my poems:
you me the moon after the fight
insomnia after the conversation

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Friday, January 14, 2011

Places are Strange when you're a Stranger

 This week's topic from FSO is the weird and strange in our town. 
This first shot is of a place I pass a lot.  Apparently, it was a farmer's market but it has been in the above condition for the three years I have been driving past it.  Vineland has several road side stands.  Ironically, my fiance' John, who grew up in Vineland, went to school in Arizona and while there, saw a national news story about road side stands, focusing on one in Vineland about ten minutes from where he grew up!
I also pass this place a lot.  I am not sure if this was meant to be like sculptural art, but that is how I see it.  I call it "the door to nowhere."  I'd love to know the story behind it.
For those who have visited my blog before probably have seen photographs of this house before.  I love photographing it. 
Some rusty pigs in my neighborhood.
Hope you were able to slow down and enjoy your visit! 

Friday, January 7, 2011


The FSO topic this week is macro.  I love these types of shots because they bring attention where there is not normally such focused attention.  In bringing attention to the details of things, it helps us see that beauty can be found at the smallest levels of human existence.  By beauty, I mean anything that evokes the power of creativity.  I have practiced macro just recently and I say practice because it is something I do not know a whole lot about as far as how to do it "right".  So many others participating in this shoot-out really do it amazingly and are very inspiring.  Click here to check out some of the others.