Tag Archives: netherlands

Beautiful: Windmill Silhouette

I’ve started writing this post three times now. It was supposed to be a lesson, but my internet isn’t working great, so the 7 pictures I needed for it wouldn’t upload. So I switched to a philosophy-driven post, but it … Continue reading

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Beautiful Photo: Crocuses and Shadows

Have I told you yet this week how much I love flowers? Sometimes I see them as O’Keeffe did, all exotic and erotic, and other times, I just get lost in the details. With these crocuses, I wanted to crawl … Continue reading

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Beautiful Photo: One Technology, Multiple Uses

Windmills are pretty spectacular tools. From a distance, they dot the Dutch landscape, as reminders of a bygone era, when they were necessary to keep the Netherlands from flooding. Nowadays, they use electric pumping stations with massive augers to keep … Continue reading

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Reflections on Reflections

  Photographers loooooooove reflections, but I’ve been working to take them a step further. It started with a shot of the Taj Mahal on an insanely hot May day during a drought. The Yamuna River was extremely low, and there … Continue reading

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