Mistress Mary, Quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With Silver Bells, And Cockle Shells, And so my garden grows. […]
Textures, colores, curves, and shapes. The details of imagery. Like a turtle shell, bright and standing out from the dark […]
Close-up, detail of a weathered old red barn. Broken windows, with that abandoned feel, and ghosties lingering to tell a […]
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 […]
Scenes along the road. This time, a newly sheared alpaca. What an expressive face, interested, curious, alert. Animals are always […]
Sunlight is never the same. It glimmers through the trees in the mist in this photograph, giving it a somewhat […]
Little green apples along the train. A common sight to see. Love seeing all the applies trees, and especially in […]
Landscape, and the bigger picture. Broaden the view where light and shadow can alter the vista. The way the sunlight […]
A droplet of water in winter, on the verge of hitting the ground. Another moment and it will be gone, […]
Just a little chickadee attending to business.
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 […]
A tree with lovely curvature, barren of leaves, and the pine tree, perfectly cone-shapped amidst a snowfall. Hints of wintery […]
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.