This photoblog started out as a daily picture thing. I got lazy, so now it is photos of when I get the chance.

Monday, December 03, 2007

In Search of a Wish

According to Japanese legend, anyone who folds 1,000 cranes will be granted one wish. I guess I have 999 to go.

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

PhotoFriday: Insignificant

Where some may see insignificance, I find strength. Where one can stand against the many, hope is there. At the same time I am challenged to fight against becoming the many, to stand up in the darkness and proclaim the light. It's easy, downright tempting, to fall in to insignificance, into the darkness. I have to believe in the significance of one. I have to strive for it. To be the light to the dark is scary, because what if I don't shine with a good light? What then will those in the darkness think about the light? Will I betray the goodness of the light? Not today. Today I will stand bright. I will stand for those searching for the light. Though I risk exstinguishing myself, I will stand against the dark. Who will stand with me?

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Jack Rabbit

This is the rabbit that lives in my back yard.
I've named him Jack.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Losing My Religion

Sometimes this is what I feel is happening.

Saturday, January 13, 2007

PhotoFriday: Peaceful

I thought this looked pretty unchanging and peaceful.

Friday, December 15, 2006

Hanging Out on a Friday Night

This is kind of a different picture than I have taken before. None of the usual cleanups in Photoshop. I wanted it to be very casual, like you are sitting right there beside me on the couch.

PhotoFriday: Stillness

This is too late to enter the contest, but I thought it was neat enough
to put on the photoblog.
(Thanks for the photo idea, PQ.)

Saturday, November 25, 2006

PhotoFriday: Immature

I don't mean any offense to Jack,
but this was too perfect not to put on PhotoFriday.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

November Moon

"I never told anyone this, but a thousand years ago I used to look up at the moon and wish I was an astronaut. The moon was this awesome, beautiful, mysterious thing hanging in the sky where you couldn't reach it, no matter how hard you tried. I just wanted you to see it through my eyes, the way I used to." -Phillip J. Fry

Monday, October 16, 2006

Sunset Under the Power Lines

It feels good to post again.

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