Monthly Archives: July 2013

Carlsbad Cliffs

My husband and I discovered a new place to walk recently when we couldn’t find anywhere to park as we normally do in Carlsbad. We found a spot south of the sea wall and decided to venture further south on … Continue reading

Posted in Living, Photography | Leave a comment

Question Make

What questions do you ask yourself about making? Inspired by the book entitled 344 Questions: The Creative Person’s Do-It-Yourself Guide to Insight, Survival, and Artistic Fulfillment, I made my own Question Make. There are many more questions I could have … Continue reading

Posted in Making | Tagged | Leave a comment

An Orange Abstract

I usually take photographs when I am out doing things and going places, but I forget to consider the everyday objects in my home. Last week was different. My husband and I have been cleaning out our garage, and we … Continue reading

Posted in Living, Photography | Leave a comment

Bottle Walk

The learning walk that I planned to take at the beach turned into a bottle walk — many single-use plastic bottles littered the shoreline all along my way. I gathered up at least sixteen bottles in less than an hour … Continue reading

Posted in #Litterati, Photography, Teaching | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Abandoned Yellow Bucket

As I contemplate my week with yellow, the abandoned beach bucket stands out for many reasons. Of course, I am proud that Litterati noticed my photograph and made it their pic of the day on their Facebook and Google+ pages. … Continue reading

Posted in #Litterati, Photography, Teaching, Writing | Leave a comment