Curved lines in the architecture of the Milwaukee Art Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Another reoccurring subject in my 365 Project is feathers. This tiny down feather is the latest image in that theme.
I wanted to capture something “summer-y” and minimalist to commemorate the impending end of summer and the slow downhill slide to the dead of winter.
“By contemplating the impermanence of everything in the world, we are forced to recognize that every time we do something could be the last time we do it, and this recognition can invest the things we do with a significance and intensity that would otherwise be absent. We will no longer sleepwalk through our life.”
–William B. Irvine
Long exposures of large fierce waves can produce a surprisingly ethereal and calm image.
Ah, bubble wrap. I’ve got a ton of it sitting around the office, in the basement, and the garage.
“Something aches at the very core of me, something ancient and deep and stronger than words: the filament that joins each of us to the root of existence, that ancient thing unfurling and resisting and grappling, desperately, for a foothold, a way to stay here, breathe, keep going.”
–Lauren Oliver, Delirium
“The questions worth asking, in other words, come not from other people but from nature, and are for the most part delicate things easily drowned out by the noise of everyday life”
–Robert B. Laughlin
Ribbons and streamers blowing in the night breeze as fireworks explode in the sky marking the 240th birthday of the USA.