I would've call this a word-less post but, the title is a bit wordy already so I'll elaborate. Something we don't get too much of in my part of Kansas is fungi. It's really interesting to me. Have been thinking about buying some mushrooms to grow in the closet this winter to fight the doldrums...This just might be the year that I order that box kit from one of the garden catalogs.
Last Tuesday I attended a photography workshop. As you can tell, I don't take that many portrait-type pictures and wanted to get more familiar with this.
I was pleasantly surprised that Lora, a friend of a mutual friend, signed up for it, too! It was great getting to know her better and meeting other shutter buggers, I mean bugs! I got some good tips and even tried to pose a model. Now I need to practice more. Who wants to be the first in line?
Visit Yosemite or, oh heck, visit every national park in the U.S.
A really good pot is in the details. --Doug Casebeer at the Ceramics Workshop in Jamaica '10
There's only one way to grow while making art: take risks and allow yourself to make a lot of bad work, then look at it. I consider what is working well, what missed the mark or confused the reading, what needs to be adjusted on the next one. --Linda Arbuckle in The Penland Book of Ceramics
All great actions have been simple, and all great pictures are. --Ralph Waldo Emerson