Some people might just see dead things. I don’t. I see shapes and color and curves of autumn. I see […]
Mistress Mary, Quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With Silver Bells, And Cockle Shells, And so my garden grows. […]
Structures, architecture, an iconic imagery of labor and farming and agriculture. Wetlands still pooling from the rains of winter. There’s […]
Apple blossoms from the neighbor’s apple tree. They are so bright and cheery and a portent to the fruit that […]
Little green apples along the train. A common sight to see. Love seeing all the applies trees, and especially in […]
What can better say springtime than a field of colorful tulips. Pretty, and bright, and happy colors. Fields and fields […]
I used to work a bit in stained glass, mostly suncatchers, not the big leaded window designs one sees in […]
I am, you know. All about the details, natural details, in our environment. Like thie pinec cone. Love this design. […]
Seriously, I have spring on my mind. I’m just finishing off a season of mushrooms, and sorting photos from an […]
Oh, how these tiny water droplets love this petite pink flower. A bright spot toward the end of winter, with […]
I don’t have a fondness for defacements such as this on trees or otherwise in nature. But as a photographer, […]
The shape of things along the river. The Pacific Northwest offers a wide range of magical and shapely environments. I […]
One of the images included in my 2018 Autumn Collection, “Unplug.” Unplug 2018 Autumn Collec… By T. A. Gallup Book […]
Winter starkness, still just a few sturdy leaves clinking to the branches of this tree on a wintry day.
Stillness and a sense of sleep, frozen in time, awaiting a spring thaw. Photography captures that moment, and in the […]
Rosy Remains in Winter. Frost tends to add a magical element even to a rose no longer fragrant.