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iPhoneography at Fonthill Castle

With iPhoneography, the processĀ helps drives the vision

Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, Pennsylvania is much more than just the early 20th century historic home of an eccentric millionaire. 413 more words


Goodbye Autumn

A different kind of still life-courtesy of heavy rain and thunderstorms this morning followed by a slow temperature drop into the 20s for tonite-Autumn has left the building, I fear. 21 more words


A Bit of a Break

Early this afternoon found a friend and I back out at Greenock Farms to take pictures. This was just one of the obliging horses who stopped by- 26 more words


Take 12! November

Today was kind of a rushed day-new projects that are having bumpy starts and yard work that needed to be taken care of-so I found myself looking for patterns and color as I worked outside–nature is so incredibly abundant when it comes to that–I fear it is my eye that does not do it the kind of justice it deserves sometimes- 172 more words


Keeping It Simple

I guess this is a kind of a nod to the early masters of still life painting-as I move through this journey, I am learning that still life composition can encompass many different kinds of materials and moods- 26 more words


Packing Up, Putting Away

In the process of trying to clean and de-clutter the back room euphemistically called “the studio,” I began to pack away my fabric and sewing supplies for the time being. 113 more words


Backdoor Life

A pair of old muck boots-once used to brave muddy fields and waters when architectural surveying-

Factoid for the day: The following is a 17th century critique of the still life genre which may still be believed by some today: 113 more words