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Frames of Life does not capture the whole picture of who I am, just as one image, the single frame, won't contain all that is discovered during a lengthy photo shoot.  But these snapshots of time, will help tell the story that my images alone can't.  Perhaps, as they say, one picture is worth a thousand words.  Here, you'll find thoughts that may not be visible in all the photos I'll ever take.  Hope we learn more about each other in the process.

50 Feet of Pics

July 27, 2017
What type of subject matter gets my camera shaking? That's the topic of today's Apertures and you may be surprised by what you discover. One day, I can't remember why, I...
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Photo Challenge All Stars

April 27, 2017
Can you tell what makes a photo enjoyable to view? It's not a precise science but I'm learning with the help of other photographers some of the key components. In this ed...
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Yummy Yummy Carrot Tummy

December 30, 2016
The dragonfly, featured in this inaugural edition of 'Bokeh', was taken at Cornerstone Sonoma in one of their many walk-through gardens showcasing innovative designs by v...
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That's So Nat Geo

October 11, 2016
Photographs in National Geographic are fantastic! Few would argue that statement and many years of history substantiate it. Formed in 1888, the National Geographic Societ...
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Facebook Memory

July 15, 2016
Earlier this year Facebook shared with me a memory from 2013 but it started me thinking about something they never expected. The memory Facebook told me about included on...
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