I'm still thinking about the false premise "I'm not creative." For those who believe creativity means doing something unique, so new and different that it feels like we've never seen or heard it before, a fear that they are unable to make something truly original keeps them from owning their own creativity. Plenty of creative people... Continue Reading →
My Canon PowerShot is pretty dinged up, so when my 4-year-old nephew asked if he could take a picture with it, I said sure, although I suppose I wouldn't have been happy if he'd broken it. I didn't have to worry at all. He was careful and wound up taking quite a few pictures. I... Continue Reading →
By adding wire limbs to food and other items, Border turns inanimate objects into characters to tell visual stories. For example, a hot dog in Border's world plays with sailboats in a bowl of baked beans.
We spent Labor Day at Grand Teton National Park with my parents. Despite the holiday, the park wasn't all that crowded. We were able to park at the Jenny Lake Overlook and get pictures of the mountains towering over the lake without getting jostled. We even found an empty table at the picnic area at noon.... Continue Reading →
When I'm out in the wild, I look for patterns and shapes. For some reason, the one I come across the most is the stylized heart common on Valentine's Day cards. Here are a few I've seen over the years. (OK, I confess. These were in the parking lot.) Another found heart, this one on... Continue Reading →