Very early every Saturday morning, I go to the Santa Monica Farmer's Market. It's heaven all by itself. Before I buy anything, I walk through the market and down to the beach. I have been shooting from the same vantage point for the last several weeks, and am amazed at how different the same shot looks, from one week to the next. This morning it was slightly cooler and everything was super dreamy.
I continue to be fascinated by images of beds. I don't know why, but I pretty much love shooting them. Made, unmade and anything in between. A friend told me that she thought this frame looked like a topographical map. This only made me like it more.
I cannot believe that another year has come and gone so quickly. After swearing to myself, that I would shoot more, I simply did not. I have tons of excuses to offer, but will save you the misery of hearing them.
New Years Day is my birthday, and this year I went to LACMA to see the William Eggleston show. Seeing the work of brilliant photographers is pure soul food. I have long admired his work, and the show did not disappoint. His work captures the beauty in the most ordinary of places and objects. A master to be sure.
It was a beautiful cool day with bright blue skies. The cold weather amplified the jet trails in the sky which made for beautiful patterns. This shot was taken outside the museum as I was leaving.
My New Years Resolution is to be inspired more, shoot more, and share more. That's it. I can do that.