That’s pretty much what I do. I play with the moon. I grab my camera and go looking for the moon. Then I try to get the perfect shot. When the mood is right, I run that thing through a digital art/photo-editing program and give it a little boost. Sometimes I leave it just as I shot it. Either way, I have fun playing. Here’s a little haiku to go with this one:
I chase phantom moons
Across empty parking lots.
haiku and all artwork ©Mel Bohrer 2014
I’d love to be picking lavender but the ground is covered in snow. When you like to take pictures you’ll jump on every chance to get a great shot. Here’s a pic of the tree in front of my house during a huge evening snow storm:
I had to create something colorful, something that reminded me of something that lies just beneath all that snow. I call this one “Picking Lavender”:
Sometimes we forget to. Here’s your official reminder. :D Ahhhhhhhhh! good stuff, that air. Here’s a shot of an early Winter moon.