This day was strange, but fulfilling. I’ve never been fond of being alone. However, I forced loneliness on this particular day off. I explored and hiked the frozen park on my own. This opened y eyes to my potential and my desires. Sometimes this loneliness seems liberating. I ask myself why I seek companionship. Click … Continue reading 1115 Snow Lined Pond
This photograph is the perfect image to express the newfound skill I have acquired. It took thirty-three years to learn the art of brick wall boundaries. The weight its discovery has lifted off of my shoulders and the joy it has brought to my life has made this skill the most valuable tool ever acquired. … Continue reading 1113 Brick Wall
There is something about the vintage nature of the world which surrounds us. I love images like this because they remind me of the unsettled Wild West of the United States. Click here to purchase this photo in a variety of forms and to support our creativity.
I’ve spent the last year terrified of my job and my life. The partner just backed out of one of his commitments. I can’t fault him because of the new opportunity he has acquired for his development. However, I am not stupid or a victim. This is a reminder that our selfishness and self preservation … Continue reading 1116 Winter Pond
The partner pulled off here because he liked the look of another building. I wasn’t much of a fan of what came of interest in his eyes, but the image of this broken corner stopped me in my tracks. I could relate so whole to this image I didn’t want to leave. I captured every … Continue reading 1120 Aged Corner
I love this image. Someone turned a hearse into a police car and it provides an intense eeriness I can’t wait to play with. This stand alone image is one of the best writing prompts I’ve come across in a long time. I moved all of my reworked book over to scrivener based on the … Continue reading 1125 Death Cop
This is the bookstore where I learned Tom Hanks is a writer. Although I wasn't much of a fan, one of his short stories gave me chills. I'd definitely say it's worth checking out. I was also quite surprised at his many references to a small Midwestern college town. Click here to purchase this image … Continue reading Downtown Bookshop
I’m watching a movie on Netflix about art that kills people. The movies intrigue came from its similar feel to a movie about mirrors and reflections killing their owners. My heart is breaking as I watch it. There is a whole art world with gallery owners and critics. Sorrow is felt as a remember how … Continue reading Alley of the Crane
I finally broke down and bought Scrivener. Experimenting with it now, I'm thinking back to the multitudes of notecards and notebooks I attempted to use for organization. Scrivener is opening my eyes to the desperate procrastination married to each new desire for another medium. Click here to purchase this art in a variety of forms … Continue reading Reflection
The life in this image is almost enough to raise questions about the finality of death. Click here to purchase this art in multiple forms and to support our creativity.