High in the mountains, I wish I could absorb the cold clear air, soak up some snowmelt, capture the rush of the wind and the sudden quiet in the pause. I wish I could take all of this in and […]
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A stone sits midstream — immovable object parting the waters that seem to yield to solid. But soft water works wonders polishing with relentless caress rubbing out roughness erasing edges transforming the immovable with the irresistible turning boulder into a […]
A macro is an extreme close-up. Macros can reveal details we might otherwise miss. Most macro shots involve putting the lens as close to the subject as one can get, which can create problems with depth of field and the […]