Month: December 2018

Journal

Minimalist Reflections At Christmas

I’ve minimized my participation in Christmas. I used to be way more “into” Christmas.  Oh my gosh.  At one time I had at least five trees.  Decorations for all of them.  Then I had the non-tree decorations….stand-alone stuff.   Enough twinkling lights to string them for miles.  Indoor stuff.  Outdoor stuff.  It took me several days […]

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Laying Low

Grey skies.  Rain.  Cool temps.  That was today. Dave made a fire.  Warm house. Also, I painted for several hours.  Skulls.  That’s what I’m painting.  A deer and a goat. Outside for a walk.  I’m thankful I have clothes that keep me comfortable in this weather.  The walk is pleasant and outdoor time is so […]

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Baja in Black and White

Mexico is a colorful place.  It almost seems wrong to do a post of Baja images solely in black and white.  But the light creates some pretty interesting contrast that takes center stage in monochrome.  All of the following pictures were taken somewhere on the Baja peninsula between 2016 & 2018.  

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