Each year the Japanese Magnolia blooms in late January or early February and each year I document it with both my digital and film cameras. I love my hope tree, who right in the middle of winter and while empty of leaves, blooms the most glorious large white flowers. The symbolism isn’t lost on me. […]
I had some time with my middle daughter, Dani, in June. We had breakfast and went thrifting. I always love time with my daughters, especially when I have them all to myself. I’m doing this project with some great photographers. Click on through to Jennifer’s beautiful blog then, continue on through the blog roll.
My oldest daughter, Kyle, is a very busy girl. She is in her last year of college. She works as an art teacher. She has an active social life. While I don’t see her often during the day, she is my morning workout partner. Every once in a while, she has a few hours during […]
I shot a roll of Ilford XP2 for a blog post over at the Viewfinders. I am in love with this film! I plan on shooting much more of it. I don’t shoot black and white very often. The film shop I take my film to be developed takes 24 hours for color and a […]
For my daughter’s anthropology class, she needed to go to a cultural enclave in LA and observe the sights and food. She asked if Andy and I would like to join her and of course we said yes! If I had known college homework was so much fun, I would not have dropped out. We […]
I knew I wanted to get my 5pm for The Hours while away at June Lake. I had my Mamiya 645 loaded up with Fuji Reala and waited for 5pm. My sweet husband was driving me to a spot I had seen the day before. There was one problem. We were in a huge fight. […]
This year seems to be flying by. It is finally cooling off here in California. It isn’t cold… but I can start pulling out my boots! Here are my five favorites from October. They are all film. I sometimes wonder if I should sell my digital camera and buy more film. two are shots […]