The Value of Returning to Your Photos
It’s easy to finish a shoot or a vacation and then move on to the next one. But invariably I find gems and worthwhile photos when I return to them later, even more than a year later in this case.
Stay Warm, Cold-Weather Friends
The cold weather today made me think of this photo from December when it snowed here in Seattle. It’s sunny and a brisk 31 degrees F outside now, but friends in Portland are digging out of a foot of snow from the last couple of days! Stay warm.
Branches and Rust
(Click to view the image larger at Flickr.) This old wooden warehouse at the southeast edge of Lake Union is covered in vines and branches, currently bare for the winter. In an area where a lot of development is ongoing (a big portion of Amazon.com is located there now), this rustic patch is a nice ...
Frozen REI Falls
A little unexpected urban photography this afternoon. After running an errand at Seattle’s flagship REI store, I noticed that the waterfall leading to the entrance was partially frozen. I happened to have my DSLR and a GorillaPod tripod, so I spent some time shooting. Edited across the street at Espresso Vivace (where I warmed up!) ...