I’m really loving the Prisma app. But I can’t seem to find the one filter I keep seeing pop up everywhere else. : \
I didn’t realize how difficult it was to capture light and color in a dark environment until I tried. Unless they were in the background, the colors were washed out and the objects I was trying to photograph were either too dark or too white. I got some beautiful bokeh, though. The original photo looks […]
This was taken at the L. A. Zoo Lights show. They had these huge balls of lights all over the place. I didn’t think I’d be able to do them justice, but a close up shot worked out well. I think I’m finally coming along with my technique. From Instagram
Tunnel of lights. There’s wine here. It’s the best kind of night. From Instagram.
I’ve been working on my arousal problem. I don’t have any problems with orgasms, it’s just feeling turned on. This might not seem like a huge deal, but I’m used to sensuality being part of every facet of my life. I was aroused by all manner of things: sounds—music and more: a bell tone, crystal […]
Again, I can’t believe I forgot that I have Instagram auto-posted here. Here’s some kind of antelope staring at me at the L. A. Zoo. I used to have an annual membership so I could practice my photography. But all the animals are disinterested and all the plants are tagged with graffiti. At least these […]
Hello, blog. It’s been a while. I’ve been keeping a private journal for a few months now, and I thought it was time to come back to blogging. I haven’t had much time or inclination to write these past few years, but I’ve found that it helps me hash things out. Blogging is a little […]
I totally forgot that I set up IFTTT to autopost my Instagram photos. I took this at the midpoint of my run last week. I just thought it was cool. I’ve been running a few miles every day. It helps keep my mind from getting too frazzled, as it’s been wont to do lately. I’m […]
Two camps of interpretation have formed around Ramberg’s art, those who see this first decade of painting as erotic and those who interpret it through a feminist lens that sees Ramberg critiquing social rules and codes of female allure. Ramberg seems to have been interested in both. via WBUR’s ARTery Via.