I have a new life goal: Capture an animal--one that does not live with me--in goofball, high jinx, or oddly-almost-human mode. These award winning photos are meant for Mondays. Enjoy!
Squirrels are a dime a dozen, so are deer. This doesn't make them any less magnificent than rarer creatures and rainbows.
Founder Madame Rigamarole has never been one for real world rigamarole (or resumes)—y’know, the psychobabble, the gobbledygook. She finds small talk and polite talk intensely unstimulating, and all things traditionally pretty and popular poop her out. No, she doesn’t dye her hair sea foam green or wear her handstitched Halloween costumes year-round—she doesn’t kick box…Read more Madame Rigamarole’s Irregular Resume
Here on the Olympic Peninsula, the green our long winter and spring rains usher forth requires no filter--emerald it is, lush it is, almost giggle-producing it is. Who invented this magic? Our trees--tall and twisted, moss-laden or even struck dead--do cure what ails us. Grey--though it drives us to hibernate, weep, and eat too much-- is…Read more De-greening
One of the best resources in the world for your collage-making addiction is the NYPL Public Domain Collection. Here, I found Storefront by Walter Silver, tweaked a snake, invented a new insect, and "sunburnt" my face.
I'm a huge fan of clean lines, clear spaces, and nothingness. In writing, white space is used to swallow whole chunks of time between scenes, or to represent the unsaid/unspoken between two characters within a scene. It is also used simply to allow the reader to breathe, or to imagine. In photography, negative space can…Read more Drift Here Now
In my youth, if you wanted to mess with your friends at the beach (or even at the swimming pool), all you had to do was start humming the theme music to JAWS. Hell, the fear it evokes lives on to this day–and offers a prime example of precisely how crucial, influential, and timeless a song…Read more Marrying Elements