Saturday, July 10, 2010


Everytime I sit down to write a blog I get flustered - much to critical of what I write. On the other hand posting images is never an issue for me - maybe it is true that 'one picture is worth a thousand words'. Certainly seems to be the case with me. One of these days I will get to 10,000 hours of writing and just maybe it will become slightly easier to accomplish. A creative writing class might prove helpful in putting together the books I have on my bucket list - if anyone knows of one in the New York area please make a comment.

Today's images are from March 2010 and August 2009 - They both caught my eye as I was shuffling through my Lightroom Library.

The capture at the top of the post is from Dante's Peak in Death Valley.  It was the last night of a week long shoot and I barely made it up to the peak in time for sunset - this was the absolute last bit of light that evening. I was lucky to get back to the hotel as I was running on fumes - no time to stop for gas on the way up to the peak.
The interior of the church above was captured last July at he Basilica of the Sacred Heart on the campus of Notre Dame,  South Bend,  Indiana. A friend was able to get me into the church for 10 minutes with my tripod. This is a re-processed image from summer 2009.


  1. Sometimes to move forward, we have to take several steps back. Call me regarding the writing class. One of my friends teaches it in NYC.

  2. both images evoke a majesty, I can see why you posted them together they're like a point counter point.... Gd's beauty for all, vs. man's offering to Gd. Beautiful.

    I love Julia Cameron's book (the writer not the photographer - the photographer is wonderful and a heroine to me)