Wisteria

Photography is a passion of mine.

Two years ago a dear friend gave me my first a digital camera as a gift.
I have been digitalizing everything and everyone, everywhere ever since.

I enjoy observing, capturing images – be they words or pictures. Photography revves up my creativity, soothes my soul, shifts my perspective internally and externally.

I’ve overcome writer’s block, gratitude block and I am one with computer technology block.

I have scores of pictures scattered about my computer, camera and discs. I will share more images, once I learn the plethora of digital photography skills.  (Hence the “I am one with computer technology” block.)

This wisteria overcame home reconstruction. The blooms and their sweet perfume are short lived. Three weeks at best. Just one notorious spring thunderstorm strips the purple petals, dilutes the heady scent. Despite the short, delicate life, wisteria is forever remebered, embedded in body and soul.

Wisteria is worth waiting for. As most things in life are I suppose.

Wisteria

Wisteria