Traveling Light: A New Idea

Garden Tools, Waterville Plateau, Washington
Garden Tools, Waterville Plateau, Washington


I had this idea that I wanted to post more often but knew that I would not be able to keep up with writing for the blog if I pushed it to more than once a week. The best fruit grows organically, in its own time, I remembered. And you cannot force it. So for now, I have settled on the idea of doing a second post during the week, but it will be a single photograph from an ongoing project or just new work I am exploring. I am calling this post “Traveling Light,” a phrase that both points to the subject of my images and also connotes something that is isolated, standing alone, unaccompanied. I hope you enjoy this addition to my blog.

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  1. Hi Mom,

    I decided to post on your blog. I love this picture and I wanted to tell you the things that came to my mind when I look at it.

    First, and you may not have meant this in the title but when I see the title “Traveling Light” and look at this picture, I imagine the light moving in and out of each of those objects almost as if it’s being woven through them. It’s funny because it does not bring to my mind standing alone, but a coming closer together 🙂

    Second, I love your art Mom. There has always been such a blend of simplicity and complexity to your work and this one is no different . It’s beautiful.

    I am so glad you’re sharing this on the Internet so I can enjoy your work from afar!

    Love you 🙂

    1. Thank you, Lisa! I’ll say it again, now that I’ve figured out where my comments are: Your observations are astute and very appreciated. I’m delighted to share my work and to know others are delighted by it.

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