Passion and Water; A Reflection that Works.

The elderly man shuffles slowly down a deserted street, fatigue weighing heavily on his shoulders. The broom he pushes falls without ceremony to the ground as he grabs to his hat. Gusting wind sends old paper wrappers and an empty can clanking down the empty street before it. Cigarette butts litter the sidewalk, mixed with...

Finding Direction In Life

I like to wander. As my photography website indicates (WanderingPixels.com) I am fond of the idea that wandering is an acceptable form of travel planning when you are comfortable not always knowing where you might end up or what will unfold as the day progresses. Wandering through the woods not too long ago, I glanced...

If They’re Not Your Pants, Check The Pockets

  Watching Cops and Live PD has created a strong desire to offer a little advice to so many innocent, average citizens who seem to find themselves in difficult situations that I believe are completely preventable by following a little common sense. This is a slight diversion from typical philosofotography posts, but I believe still falls in...

Time Is Powerful; 10 Unique Ways to Harness It Better

“Measured time is man’s feeble attempt to constrain eternity” -the philosofotographer Nebulous time. Wandering time. Time passes. Time is the enemy? We all know that each day only affords us 24hrs. We tend to sleep through at least 8 hrs of that (if we’re lucky). What we do with the rest is up to us....

A Little Package of Big Inspiration

The hummingbirds have long since moved on from where I am now to warmer places for the winter. I don’t blame them. More than once in the past few months I also considered flying south until the weather warmed up. When they are in town, these little acrobats always amaze me with their antics. Trying...

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