Pond reflections Winter has not yet arrived, yet fallen leaves and aquatic plants appear frozen in the chilly waters of a placid pond, also, managing to capture on its surface the deep blue of the cool sky above.
Originally produced 30 years ago, experimental slice of life feature made with college friends, co-workers, and family members. Some interesting techniques relying on single camera shooting and available locations. https://youtu.be/5noBzM886Cc https://youtu.be/TMYM8lkz1lc https://youtu.be/kp3nC7tO7q4
A Sterling Prelude
This year marks the silver wedding anniversary for my wife and me. We’ve had many fond memories together over the years, especially the births and raising of our two wonderful children. Our first meeting was not mere happenstance, it was pre-arranged by a mutual friend. And it is a fond memory to recall and retell...... Continue Reading →
This is the trimester of incipient decline Creeping ever so slowly toward darkness and gelidity Existence turns to a state of decay or dormancy or drudgery Colossal skeletons sway and creak and moan With slender angular limbs reaching out In innumerable directions to snare unaware passersby Mummified forms of sundry sizes appear across the yard... Continue Reading →
My Second Least Favorite Day of the Year
This time of year is actually my most preferred amongst the seasons, particularly in New England. Mid-autumn provides a beautiful balance of vibrant, fiery spectacle and muted earth tones; of comfortable days for work or play and cool nights for sleeping; of crisp, tart apples and savory, spiced pumpkin; of bountiful candy treats and Gothic... Continue Reading →
How did your earliest memory shape you?
According to Science Daily the earliest memories that can be recalled is generally from the age of about two and a half years old. Though most people claim their earliest memory is more like 3.5 years or later, especially if they have no other date specific reference for the memory. Often people believe they must... Continue Reading →