Category Archives: photography

Exposure

Is this courage or are you stupid? Continue reading

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R & R In New England

Wander through New England with me…. Continue reading

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What Those Roses Mean

He got you roses… Continue reading

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The Language of Flowers: Camellias

My boyfriend didn’t know it, but the reason I like camellias most is because of their beautiful hidden meaning. Continue reading

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Rodalena Reviews: Nightcrawler

Photography and marksmanship have an eerie similarity that this movie brilliantly shows: the lens can often become a wall. Continue reading

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New Bloom

Roses bloom in Texas at the oddest times of the year. Continue reading

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Consider the Lilies

…how they grow Continue reading

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Susan’s Eyes

What she needed Was a scientist or maybe a poet, A friend… To observe her. To learn her. To see the kaleidoscope Of her eyes. They weren’t always black. They’ve deepened with experience. They are water And patience Color and … Continue reading

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Yard Work

His mind wanders as he pushes the mower… Continue reading

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On Pursuing Happiness

How important is it to be happy? Continue reading

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