Month: March 2010

The Garden of Good Intentions, Part 2

I took a day off today. This wasn’t a day when I didn’t go to the office because I had meetings elsewhere. I just didn’t go. I didn’t grade. I didn’t do any part of […]

Spring Roll

Posted via web from Just Haphazardry This was taken with my phone. It doesn’t count as part of my photography project, but it was my dinner tonight. It’s from that Thai place over on that […]

National Poetry Month is Almost Here

I love that people all around me go crazy with writing poems every April. Okay, not everyone around me, but the poets do. I can’t follow suit. I tried last year to join the poem-a-day […]

Moon of Hearts

Same moon. Different shutter speed. Sometimes in low light photographs come out looking like paintings, especially if your hand shakes. Sometimes moons come out looking like hearts. Beautiful moon out tonight.

The Garden of Good Intentions

I should have spent yesterday grading. I mean I really should have. I was mentally recovering from putting on a symposium (along with Sheldon Walcher, Kim Walker, and others) at USM on digital composition. I […]

There's Always One

There’s always one. No matter if you are a turtle or a duck, one among you is headed his own way, probably without even noticing what the others are up to. It is human nature, […]

Picture This

I am standing at the kitchen window, camera in hand, watching for Bluebirds a Cardinal perhaps, or a Cedar Waxwing. I am standing like my mother has stood these 70 years, her hands in dish […]

Playing with Pictures

Here’s a writing exercise I created tonight using some of the pictures I’ve been taking lately. I enjoyed playing around with it if nothing else. Note: This version doesn’t look as good as the one […]

The Business of Spring

IMG_3795, originally uploaded by Sharon Gerald.

Five Turtle Bend

IMG_3582, originally uploaded by Sharon Gerald. On the JCJC campus. I don’t see many people at work in the course of a normal day since my office is something of a cave, and all of […]