On September 14 at 1am a beloved feline member of our family passed into the arms of the universe. She brought us much joy, amusement and affection. Our house feels a little more empty without her. We will miss you Bina.
the history of flash photography I love old magazines. Especially old photo magazines and pamphlets. “How to” and “about” pamphlets are interesting to me, even more so if the subject matter is photography. My favorites are from the 50s. Many times the content reminds me … Continue readingThrowback Thursday – from Flambeau to Futuramic ..
They are coming back. Those dramatic clouds of Spring and Summer. The ones before and after torrential weather. The ones that billow around the edges of storms. Clouds have been a popular subject matter for as long as artists painted and since photography began. Social … Continue readingEveryone Likes Cloud Photos
This photo is from my pre-digital days. I was driving home one evening and I saw a most spectacular March sunset over Diamond Lake. Because this lake is near my house I could quickly get home, load my camera with Ektachrome and have time to … Continue readingDiamond Lake Sunset
The Richfield History Center offers a glimpse into the past at Christmas time. This year a gallery was transformed into a living room and kitchen vignette from 1954, all decked out for Christmas. It is the follow up from last year’s 1977 exhibit. The exhibit … Continue reading1954 Christmas at the Richfield History Museum