“Help the aged.” Recently, going through a mix of moderately well archived images, and, shoe boxes filled with random c-prints, I hit an early ’90s vein. One among these ‘documents’, an honest, and frank selfie–or, a self portrait, as we used to call them. I thought “Gee, let’s compare the younger me with the now… Continue reading Thirty Years On
Walking among the mighty Saguaro cactus In the aptly named Saguaro National Park, one may find many prickly and towering Saguaro cactus. I walk in this park to enjoy nature and to relieve mind-fatigue induced by long working hours in front of a computer. Here are a few photos taken during a recent visit:
People are drawn to trees. We live among them, find comfort beside them, and recognize part of ourselves in them.
Ink-pencil and coffee Sometimes, a nice landscape can help soothe the nerves, don’t you know…
The Sand Fire here in Los Angeles County, as reported by the morning news, has spread to more than 22,000 acres.