A cat in the window - tail out. Cats have always been such a big part of the lives of humans.
Monotone, no color except for Black and White! I see in shapes more-so than color.
This will be part of a series about the abstract Sea. The white-capped foam-tops of the waves within the open sea - isolated, in white, against a deep dark background…
First snow in Boston, a few nights ago. Here is hoping for lots more!
Inside a warehouse in Cranston, Rhode Island, these wires were exposed in a beautiful way. The cords made great shapes with the empty shelf in the foreground.
Humbled and grateful to have 2 photos chosen for the "Boundaries" gallery: http://www.laphotocurator.com/boundaries-curator-douglas-stockdale/second-place-winner-erik-eskedal/1
In Winona Kansas, in advance of a thunderstorm, just off the small road was this shed and light - lonely and quiet - but a safe haven.
The air was still at a small pond in New Hampshire. The rock stood fast - unmoving, unemotional - steady, and stable.
The moon is wooden but the fly is real. Just an ordinary irony in this thing called life!
This is a seasoned traveler - a hiker with purpose. "Any other man stops and talks but The Walking Man walks." - James Taylor - Walking Man
Sunsets are known for their colors - but they can be just as brilliant with contrasting monochromatic waves of light!