SuperMoon Rises

This year’s final supermoon 1 was supposed to become full this morning at 3.45 am pacific time. But it appeared large and bright to me last night. According to Space.com, May’s full moon has many nicknames, such as the Flower Moon. I was standing outside after an early dinner and saw the moon rise. I took … Continue reading SuperMoon Rises

Dunes of Death Valley: a very personal interpretation

Given that we live in a world that is so intensely photographed, we have to think about photography as interpretive. And that is why often go back to this observation from the legendary photographer, Ansel Adams. “The negative is comparable to the composer’s score and the print to its performance. Each performance differs in subtle … Continue reading Dunes of Death Valley: a very personal interpretation