Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Top Ten List 2013 in Progress

Wenderina and I are reviewing my images from 2013 and have narrowed them way down.  Top Ten list will be posted on New Year's Day.  I am struck by two things.  I took more photos than I initially thought this year and it was difficult to narrow down to one top ten list.  This is an activity I encourage every photographer to put themselves through.  It helps you see what you want to work on in the year to come.

To everyone who has continued to read my posts and comment even though though I slowed down posting in the second half of the year.  Thank You!  Your words encourage me to keep going and make leaps of faith with my camera in hand.

Happy 2014!

Sunday, December 29, 2013

End of Year project

I am home from our family Christmas in Florida.  I'll be reviewing the images I have taken this year and putting up a post of my favorite 10 images from 2013.  This is something I do each year to take stock in what I have done and what I would like to get done next year to further my art.  It is a great and challenging project.  Big things are inshore for Artistic Balance in 2014.  I will share more with you when I can.  Look for the top 10 post to go up by New Years Eve.  Let me know which ones you like.

Happy New Year and Keep Makin' Art!

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Exploring Other Art!

So..... I am not gone.  I have not had a lot of photo ops lately.  Work has been crazy and I have not had much chance to get out there.  On the other hand. I have been diving into learning the mandolin.  I took it up about a year ago.  I am starting to make some progress.  I am having fun working on Chistmas songs for the holidays.  The family will be together and my brother will have his uke and I'll have my mandolin. Should be great fun.

I'll be posting my favorite photos from this year over the next couple weeks.

Happy Holidays and Keep Makin Art!


Sunday, December 08, 2013

Hoboken Terminal Waiting Room

Sorry I have been away from blogging for a while.  Things have been busy at work and I did not feel inspired to get out there with my camera.  Last weekend I decided I needed to take some photos before my eye got too rusty.  I headed to Hoboken Terminal.  It had recently been re-opened after the damage from Hurricane Sandy.  I found inspiration in the this grand old train station.  there are not a whole lot of places like this left.  Thanks for stopping by and not giving up that I had put the camera down for good.

Keep Makin' Art!