The Two Sides of Abalone Shells

The inside of abalone shells are called “jewels of the ocean” for obvious reasons—they shimmer like silver amid dark green and black rocks, moss, seaweed, etc. I prefer the other side where sea life like this petrified star fish are “glued” to the outer shell. Some people think I arranged this display, but what youContinue reading “The Two Sides of Abalone Shells”

The Many Moods of the Moon

In terms of photographic challenges, capturing the moon has it all: It arches through the night sky, presenting the photographer with differing angles and obstacles such as tall buildings and trees. Depending on where the sun is, the moon has a new shape every night. Hand-held photos are tough, usually producing solid whitish colors, orContinue reading “The Many Moods of the Moon”