Monthly Archives: December 2014

Photography, Through A Looking Glass

On a dinner cruise in  Paris  I wondered how I would take photos from my window. The Reflections had to be integrated with the view beyond.  Their confusion must add to the image, not detract. Windows offer layers of opportunity. … Continue reading

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Under The Influence of Temples

Mediterranean culture gave us mythology, math and architecture. The architecture of classical temples still fires our imagination in our churches, libraries, train stations and shopping malls. The magnetic pull of spaces like Grand Central Station, New York’s Public Library or … Continue reading

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Approaching Winter

As Minneapolis experienced its coldest Thanksgiving in 20 years; -2 degrees Fahrenheit,  I found a moment to examine cold winter mornings.  Here were  brittle skeletal stalks of cattails and  blue violet shadows on snow.  Earlier artists from Holland’s 1600s described … Continue reading

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