“Focus.”


This week’s photo challenge is titled “Focus, ” and the photo I have submitted has several items of in and our of focus. The primary object, the bridge, with the setting sun, and the clouds above are in detail focus. The cars on the bridge, the head along the lower half of the frame, the tree tops under the bridge and the safety cages along … Continue reading “Focus.”

“Two, Gulf of Mexico morning horizons.”


The Gulf of Mexico has two horizons for me as seen from Galveston Texas sunrise December 2016, windy cold. Fort Myer Florida November 2015 sunset, lazily warm. Sunrise or sunset each has a perspective from either coastline as seen in these photos do not reveal the temperature differences. WordPress photo challenge Continue reading “Two, Gulf of Mexico morning horizons.”

“Empty”


The empty feelings when a loved one is no longer in your life. The empty feelings when love is not present. The empty feelings when all hope is lost. Reach out to someone in your life, to reconnect and feel the love with a phone call to hear their voice or stand in their presence to share the love. Someone loves you. WordPress daily word prompt Continue reading “Empty”

“Confession or legendary tale”


I was born and raised in a fishing village on a South Pacific Island where my father died recently in a fishing accident when I was 16 years old, and ever since, I have fished alone. I was fishing at sunset with one line and one hook when I caught not two but three fish at once. I was so excited, I ran towards the … Continue reading “Confession or legendary tale”

Photo101; Day Ten: Mystery & Lighting Effects: “Silhouette”


In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Silhouette.” Day Ten: Mystery & Lighting Effects. I share an image that creates a sense of mystery. I manipulated the sunset light to create a particular effect to cast shadows and highlights to create a moody image. Photography 101: The Quality of Light Photo101 Day Ten, Mystery & Lighting Effects Continue reading Photo101; Day Ten: Mystery & Lighting Effects: “Silhouette”