Whirlygig in the Snow

Lately I’ve been especially interested in capturing the sense of movement and stillness in one image.  This is an attempt to do just that, but not very obvious in the small size.  The whirligig has two separate arms, each one moving independently from the other.  Sometimes one moves and the other is still and sometimes More…

Glimpses through Windows

After so many years of asking questions through my photos, I’m finding that without a question, each image feels a bit empty to me.  So, I’ll start again to see what question is evoked for me by the image.  Here’s today’s question: How can you capture new perspectives by looking at an issue through different More…

Presence as a daily practice

As I read James Clear book, Atomic Habits, I am reminded of the many times I’ve made small, incremental changes to my life patterns that eventually resulted in daily habits that lasted years and changed my life forever. What I’ve found is that for me the life of a daily habit usually lasts around five to seven years.  And that at each phase, over time, I began to recognize a new identity for myself.

Folded Snow

Photograph by Carla Kimball

While I haven’t been posting for a while, it doesn’t mean I haven’t been photographing. I’m working on several new photography projects that aren’t yet ready for posting, and then occasionally I come up with an image that’s perfect for this blog. Here’s my latest. Question of the day…How can you simplify your life?