Drinking coffee by the window, soaking in the warmth of the low autumn sun.
Blinds casting shadows, camera at hand. White, brown, gold and black. Click.
A little under two years ago, my friend and photographic rock star Patrick La Roque posted a short essay over on the Kage Collective entitled Rubicon. Although he didn’t explicitly state it, the essay was all about the U.S. midterm elections which happened the day after Patrick’s post.
Here we are, approaching the eve of another historic election, where the stakes could not be higher. Another Rubicon, to be certain.Continue reading →
A week has passed, and so has the last daisy.
There’s this one stubborn daisy that lives alongside the fence between my neighbour’s property and mine. Clearly, it didn’t get the memo that autumn is in full swing; everything else is turning orange, red or brown, yet here it is, cheerily brightening up our ever-shortening days.Continue reading →
Just what the title says.Continue reading →