Curved lines in the architecture of the Milwaukee Art Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
“It is the life of the crystal, the architect of the flake, the fire of the frost, the soul of the sunbeam. This crisp winter air is full of it.”
I am spent. I worked practically all night on a project and got very little rest.
As I inch ever closer to a half century on this Earth, I’m reminded more and more how fragile memory can be.
A beam of light marches down across a concrete wall and falls on a metal staircase landing. The newly renovated Milwaukee Art Museum is a treasure trove of photographable textures, materials, shapes, and details.
A metal bench against a wall of concrete squares taken at the Columbia St. Mary’s hospital on the East Side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Two squares of lentils – black and red – on a white paper background. The inspiration for this photo came from the dinner table. (Go figure!)
All that was left after the bath was a jumbled pile of letters and numbers in the corner of the tub. After the drying, brushing of teeth and putting on of pajamas,
Twelve squares in three rows of four across – close up detail of a worn and rusty metal drain cover in Riverside Park, on the East Side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I was out playing with my son in the park when I spotted these cool geometric shapes on this steel sewer grate.