<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/10851669/?claim=f4n2kfqnzwf”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> Clearly, I’m not html-savvy enough to figure out how to claim my blog on bloglovin without making a post. So, here is a photo from one of our trips to Hollyhock, an awesome hippie workshop retreat on Cortez Island, BC. We’ve been there 3 times and I have a […]Read More Poppies!
As an avid photographer, I keep an eye out for happy accidents. This is one of them. We had a paper plate on the counter next to the coffee pot. One day, I lifted my cup to find this pattern spattered on the plate. This is the complete image, only scaled to a reasonable size […]Read More Sad Paper Plate
In 2008, I decided to try my hand at photo collage using the GIMP, given that I have, well, a hard drive full of digital images. To be honest, I’ve always been a bit intimidated by the GIMP. It takes a lot of work to try out tools and figure out how it works and […]Read More Early Photo Collage
I found the Somerset Studio line of publications around 2000, when I was heavily into rubber stamp art. I’v picked up and enjoyed nearly every one of their publications. Last month, they had a back issue sale recently, so I picked up several, including a 2012 issue of Digital Studio. I was enchanted by the […]Read More She’s found phone apps
Even though I have 31 years of photographs, I have yet to tackle the mildly terrifying project of scanning my old 35 mm film negatives. With my study of photography, I wanted to show where I’ve been and how much I’ve improved; however, I don’t have a digital version of my oldest 35 mm film photographs. […]Read More Bainbridge Field Trip, Fall 2002