Wandering around in sub-freezing temps and this is what we get
As higher coronavirus rates forces us back into seclusion, these solitary images bring us some joy.
Themes we’ve not explored in a while have a comfortably fresh feel to them at the moment.
Spending a lovely afternoon in Lafayette, Indiana
Where the little ones get their first view of Grandpa’s new toy
The state of Indiana may be re-opening but downtown Indianapolis is still empty when protesters are absent.
Now that many of us are spending a lot more time at home, our attention goes to making our space look more like some place we enjoy living.
Some photos were shot in a window. Others were shot along a wall. The different processing sets them worlds apart.
This has been a very productive year and we have the video to show it
Horst frequently said that friends make the best subjects and Katherine Reiling proves why the philosophy holds true.
As we drool over the features available in new cameras and consider making the plunge into video, we look back at the early days of digital photography and remember how different it was.
The garden at a local wedding venue turned out to be the perfect place to capture some rather creepy looking candelabra. This garden of candlelight seems to be perfectly fit for the month of October.
Even as the remnants of Hurrican Harvey pound the Gulf coast, these photos remind us that water cleans, sweeps away the dirt and debris, and allows us to start new.
Going along for the ride with a camera sticking out the window yield some interesting shots along the way. Take a moment to enjoy.
Looking at the lawn that is our culture we find ourselves in severe need of maintenance. Time to cut the grass and clean things up.
Small-town America once seemed idyllic and peaceful but small towns have declined and are no longer attractive.
Being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes is scary, especially when there’s no choice but to dine out. Are there places I can safely eat? Yes, there are.
We are announcing a new service exclusively for the victims of the #AHCA recently passed by Congress
A simple enough response to a disturbing situation. #TuesdayMotivation to push us through the rest of the week.
Here’s a #MondayMotivation thought for you.
Identical shoes gave us an excuse to take family portraits and illustrate why people take pictures in the first place.
We are slobs. Look at the way we dress, the way we treat others, the way we act. The effects are showing, too. This is an uncomfortable conversation.
Want to travel but don’t have the means to take off for anywhere more than 30 miles away? Wanderbrief may be the answer to that problem.
We want our elected leaders to show compassion in the laws they pass and the budgets they create. Maybe we should show some compassion ourselves.
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