Hi art friends. In August 2016, I made a road trip to Toppenish to visit mom. We made two road trips that weekend: to the Toppenish Wildlife Refuge and took an unmarked Yakama Nation dirt road from Toppenish to Union Gap. That was a summer of several wild fires in the area: there was one … Continue reading Overlooking Union Gap
In 2011, I accompanied my mom to Pasco, WA for total knee replacement surgery. Mom was out for a while post-surgery, so I wandered around the neighborhood with my Canon Rebel. It was a cloudless October morning. Pasco is part of the Tri-Cities area and is near the Hanford Nuclear plant, so there are lots of atomic-themed … Continue reading Atomic Laundry
Hi my lovelies. Today was my monthly massage with Sami, I'm extra spacey afterwards so I usually walk. It was a beautiful, if very warm day so I took my Canon Rebel with wide angle lens and Ellowyne. This is the Canon entry level wide angle lens, which according to the reviews, is perfectly serviceable for it's price, about … Continue reading Ello in the Sun
The beach was a vast expanse of sand Littered with Haystack Rock and her igneous sisters I found only one dying starfish There was no seaweed, driftwood, or shells No beach smell The days were cold and clear as was the night The evening sky was filled with stars
In 2011, Mr. Thompson and I attending the Go Congress in Santa Barbara. Wednesday is always a free day, so Deborah, Brian and I walked down to the beach. I love the macro setting and playing with scale. One recurring themes in my photography is macro landscapes. This photo was cropped in digikam.
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. … Continue reading Bainbridge Field Trip, Fall 2002