My daughter and I watched this Vox video about Stonehenge over lunch today, and it reminded me of my visit to the UK and Ireland in April 2004: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fx-KrvuiafE I found my photos from way back then (in full 640 x 480 resolution), and was able to impress my daughter by showing her my photos…… Continue reading A trip down memory lane to Stonehenge
This morning we woke up to the strong smell of fires outside our home. Wildfires were raging on the outskirts of our city and it was a disconcerting sight.
Family photos are immensely important to me. They are our memories and I make a point of capturing as much as I can and storing them for future generations.
imonomy had its office Purim party yesterday and I took a lot of fantastic photos. Here are my favourites from the huge album.
imonomy moved to new offices recently and I spent a little time capturing little details early one morning. Here is a peek inside our new offices.
I went for a walk the other day with my camera in my neighbourhood and came across some beautiful subject matter. I’m not sure whether I really ever do subject matter like this justice when I shoot it but I feel compelled to capture it as best I can regardless. Two things stood out for…… Continue reading Colours and contrasts with flowers
Starting something new can be oddly complicated and this time is no different. This post is my little introduction to this new project before you now. You may know me as a digital lawyer and occasional blogger. I have been an amateur photographer, on and off, for about 25 years since my parents bought me…… Continue reading Getting started
I love this photo by Thomas Hawk titled “Water Under a Bridge”. I’m not sure if I have shared this next one before but it is just a terrific image. It is one of Simon Clarke’s photos and it’s title is “blossoming”: Lastly, Chris Frank’s “ALIVE” is a terrific sunset-style photo. Good timing as I…… Continue reading 3 great photos for a long weekend