Moments of Beauty

I realize I haven't blogged here in a month.  It's not that I haven't done anything.  But that I've been going over old ground again, finding new things.  My current medical situation still has me tied to places where I feel safe should I need an ambulance.  Surgery is scheduled for June 2, and after that, hopefully I'll have some months of freedom before this all starts again.   The photo above is prickly pear in bloom at the Petaluma Adobe.  Recently I've been focusing (both in a concrete and abstract sense) on details.  I took these photos the same day: In the first one, I like looking at the variation in colors on the blossoms in various stages of bloom.  The second photo, I'm less pleased with the composition, but was taken by the spines vs thorns concept.   This in a historic Mexican Rancho in California.   A different focus.  A different thing to look at. Concepts unrelated to the "purpose" of the museum. I've been Instagramming a lot of

Artist's dilemma: "should" vs "want"

Sand and Stones

Folding Laundry Makes Me Sad

Shollenberger Park: "That's no mallard!"

Where the Light Comes In

Up and Down the Coast