Monday, June 30, 2014

Wrinkled Cherry Tomatoes

I almost want to poke fun at myself for all the ideas that come to mind from this image these, mortality and playfulness strike me both at once and then I just get visually engaged by brilliant color next to neutrals, textures, and the way the light is cast.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Sleeping Lemurs

This image has so much to engage me, expressive poses, patterning, layering of space,
texture, & there is something unsettling about their vulnerability sleeping on the ground.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Poppy Pods

These large poppy pods have such a glorious shape and there is so
much in the details of texture and layering of shapes to capture me.

At the End of Cedar Drive

The layers of space and color set off by the texture of this brightly
lit grass made getting up ridiculously early yesterday worth it.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014


I was intrigued first thing in the morning by the intense light and
the contrast between the mostly wilted bouquet and the only
very upright living stalk of flowers.

Swallowtailed Butterfly

A rather fuzzy swallowtailed butterfly found in the greenhouse about two weeks ago.

A Splay of Shady Greenery

A most expressive sleepy pose in lovely patterned shade.

High Contrast Beauty

The Bold Side of this Butterfly

Up Close With the Flutterby

The Subtle Winged Butterfly Up Close

The Subtle Underside of a Butterfly's Wings

Native Butterfly Exploring the Greenhouse
The top of it's wings, unlike the underside shown here, are actually quite bold: almost sold black with orange markings.