Doves on a shed roof at Lindo’s Supermarket in Devonshire.
Roudy, a legendary cowboy in Telluride, Colorado, shares a laugh with his trusty steed.
Dust and grain create added depth and texture to these well-worn tools used by workers during renovations at my house.
Shadows cast a musical note on a pergola.
An overcast sky accentuated these dramatic cedar crosses alongside Harrington Sound.
A mirror lens app created a Dali-esque look from letters on a Hamilton coffee shop window.
Posting images on a blog is one thing but actually exhibiting printed work is a new experience for me. These six images of mine will be part of H-appy Art, an exhibition of app-ed iPhone and iPad photography at the Edinburgh Gallery at the Bermuda Society of Arts, starting tomorrow. My work and that of 10 other photographers is the result of an app workshop we did last year with the wonderful Theresa Airey. The show runs through February 25 along with the main event – the BSoA Members’ Photography Show in the Onions Gallery. There is some very cool stuff on show – so don’t miss it!
Theresa is doing another iPad/iPhone workshop next month. Highly recommended. Sign up here.