A New Addition
Josie found us in November. We brought her home on All Saints’ Day, or Day of the Dead. Six months later, she’s one of the family. Here she is pictured soaking up sunshine on her favorite ottoman.
In Half-Dreams That Shift and Roll
“Thin are the night-skirts left behind By daybreak hours that onward creep, And thin, alas! the shred of sleep that wavers with the spirit’s wind: But in half-dreams that shift and roll And still, remember and forget, My soul this hour has drawn your soul A little nearer yet.” -Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882), from “Insomnia”…
(Mixed Media, 2012)
Portraiture can be an fascinating medium for a photographer, releasing him/her from the oft-standard themes of architecture and landscape photography. This genre requires face-to-face interaction — first, a photographer must establish rapport. Next, s/he must attempt to craft images which capture the essence not only of the subjects, but also of their surroundings. The following…