Month: June 2013

Sunday evening post

I just kind of realized that I have been posting almost regularly on Sunday evenings. If there one thing I cannot say about my work, it’s consistency. So having something that is somewhat dependable is nice, I imagine, at least from an artistic standpoint. It’s too bad I don’t have much to say this evening. 🙂 So I’ll leave you…

As promised

Here are the fountain shots that I took last weekend and mentioned in my last post. These are the photos that made me decide to go back to my “abnormal” thinking.

Changing

I want to change the way I shoot. I spent almost a whole day in the city of Pittsburgh on Friday and this is my favorite shot of the day. I like the strong shadows as the skateboarder tried numerous attempts. Not much, I know but at least it has some kind of vision. And I know the reason why.…

Just my imagination running away with me

I’ve been finding myself wandering too much lately when it comes to photography. I am caught up in this attempt to create a fantastic photo, head out to create that photo, and end up finding myself disappointed at the end of the day. I am thinking too much. Way too much. I think I have a great location planned where I’ll…

If it makes you happy

As I was heading out the door on my way to work this morning, I had to stop abruptly when I spotted this baby bunny on the walk in front of me with a watchful parent nearby. I could have easily walked on, they would have hopped away, and I would have continued on to work thinking nothing of it, but I…

Interim

When I originally started this blog I was going to feature two things that I like to do – photography and play guitar, hence the name “What I Pic” which derived from “pic” as in picture and “pic” as in guitar pick. However, the guitar portion quickly took a back seat to the photography when I was posting daily my…

Cemeteries don’t have to look morbid

I take a lot of photos in cemeteries. Besides the fact that the local cemetery is the nicest place in town, landscape wise, certainly nicer than the park, I like visiting it for all of the textures and history. When I travel I actually seek out old cemeteries, the older the better. And although I am a fan of the…