Sunday, December 8, 2019

Reflections (at closing day of Noguchi & Hasegawa show)

Noguchi was known for his creative take on traditional paper lamps, and I like reflections, so this little collage seems like a fitting summary of closing day at this great exhibit at the Asian Art Museum.

Lily pads of light

The leaves of Victoria amazonica are lit beautifully in the Conservatory of Flowers by night.

Conservatory by night

The Conservatory of Flowers here in San Francisco is fantastic by day, and recent lighting installations make it interesting in new ways by night!

The building came from a kit, was a gift to the City, and is now the oldest wooden conservatory in the U.S.   The plants inside span multiple climate zones (I like the cool, misty, high altitude room especially), and are very well cared for.  

Violet undertones

I just like the colors.

I love blue lights

I have a program to help me make long exposures, but it doesn't work as reliably as simply being jittery. :)

Saturday, December 7, 2019

Digital patterns from a photograph

You'll be able to say you knew me before I was sent off to the Home for the Easily Amused, Pattern Division.

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Feeling festive

I'm playing with Mirrorlab on my Chromebook with photos I just made of some ornaments, and am perhaps having too much fun?

As if there is any such thing as too much fun with photography...

Monday, December 2, 2019


Unexpected rose over the Bay...

Between rain clouds

As a child of one of the many droughts here in California, I still find rain NOVEL.