I love this road. The secluded location of it is comforting. Its not a named road, rather a numbered road followed with a direction, east or west. It winds just as curvy as the creek its paved next to. An old private cemetery sits atop a hill with a single tree that watches the sun set on the back of the headstones.
Haha!! Soooo I’m out shooting sunset, shocker I know. My truck is pulled off the side of the road with the flashers on. Sometimes people stop to see if I need help, others just slowly drive by looking at me wondering what I’m doing squatting knee deep in a field of wild flowers. Anyhow, a car is making the turn and he begins to slow down. I realize its a clown. He stops and kinda laughs asking if I need help. I laugh back and thank him explaining I’m just shooting photos and ask if I can take his.
Its good to see there are still good, helpful, honest people that still walk this Earth. Thanks Klem!!
Watching the sun melt on a back country road with the sweet smell of corn and freshly turned soil.
Most don’t understand the satisfaction or the comfort I get when doing this. Nothing but freedom. You can keep your thoughts or go empty minded. There is too much to focus on when you have time and open roads.
I challenge you to try this one evening. Find some country roads, roll the windows down, get your favorite jams going and just drive.
Las Vegas was great. I had a wonderful time and was able to spend time with some amazing friends. I must say that it was refreshing to get back in the country and have the ‘nothingness’ surrounding me. Tonights sunset was absolutely beautiful! I enjoyed nothing more than sitting outside watching the sun bashfully hide beneath the earth.
Art is a diverse range of human activities and the products of those activities; visual arts, performing arts, decorative arts, applied arts, fine arts & creative arts. Art may be characterized in terms of expression, communication of emotion or other qualities. Express yourself. Do your thing. Photography is my thing. My art. I love seeing the world abstractly.
I didn’t catch the gentleman’s name as I didn’t want to interrupt his groove, but he was well into his ‘art’. I sat and watched his intensity for a bit after I captured this photo.
Thank you to all of you who share your art and express yourselves.
Sunrise on Washington Park Beach was too epic not to share another photo.
I really love this lighthouse. The way the sun lights it up after a night under the stars. This lighthouse sees the Earth rotate. The sun rise. The sun set. The moon rise. The Earth shift.
This weekend brought light to some important events and decisions that needed to be made.
I’m not one big on receiving flowers, as they die, become a mess and the water is gross to clean up. However, in nature, where they should be I find them beautifully captivating. How they grow, what they grow around, how they grow in seasons, the contrast they hold against the earth and sky & those that come back every year. Daisy’s are my favorite. So simple. So delicate. So beautiful. So natural.
Perception: the organization, identification and interpretation of sensory information in order to represent and understand the environment.
I shoot abstractly, or that’s the way you see it, at least your seeing it from a different view.
Such is life and the lessons it teaches us. Look at them and learn. Take all that you can from a situation, good, bad or indifferent.
Everything will be OK in the end, if its not OK, then its not the end.
Shot as the day came to a close, the sun set to rest with my thoughts racing too much to make sense of any of it. Morse Reservoir, Noblesville IN.