A shot I took in Peekskill, NY. 9/20/15
On the streets of Beacon , NY
Dj, my aunts horse. Such a PITA, and almost killed me as a child.
I thought this shot was so cool. It’s like the clouds are a reflection of the trees. Like how you would see the reflection of the trees in the water. Are we a reflection of nature?
I guess its nice to have a professional chef visit you. 🙂 love this guy
I love this shot so much. I love the muted and neutral colors, yet there is so much life, even in an up rooted tree.
Yes, that many stars.
One of my favorite long expo shots.
The name Tonkawa is derived from the Waco tribal word, Tonkaweya, meaning “they all stay together.”
I have a super cool abstract painting that I did, with this as inspiration. This is the view when laying in the hammock. Be the tree? Supportive and forgiving? IDFK.
Yes a legit barn, that keeps horses and hay, and stuff like that. Something I’m used to, but a lot of my friends from the city would see this and be like wtf…
The energizer dog…. she seriously has no chill.
This is a cool shot of DJ. This is called Cribbing, something that he has always done.
Um… the front yard. 🙂
Such a cool story behind that dream catcher, I traded some of my art at Evolvefest, last year, and the guy gave me this. He was like “I’m going to use your piece as the center piece of a mirror exhibit I have in upstate New York.” I asked where it was, and he said, Monticello. Thats’ where I am. It’s home. funny how things work out.
If I call it a self portrait instead of a selfie, does that make it acceptable?
That moment when you realize how beautiful life is.
Now this was SICK! A storm was rolling in, and as the clouds came around, half the lake was bright and filled with light, and the other half was covered in shadow. It was so cool to see.
Maybe this is why I saw the tree “running through itself” (see post on 9/22)
A natural spring, one of many over here. Poland Spring ain’t got shit on this.
Like are you serious??? I took this picture? Gag on it…
My buddy came to visit me, and I told him how proud I was that he hadn’t tipped over in the kayak, and it was his first time. Well as soon as I said that, over he went.
So this is a beaver dam. When my grandmother was a very young, like 5 or 6 she and her twin brother swam into one of these, and she said it smelt God awful. I’ll take her word on it.
Water lilies are just beautiful.
God I missed Kayaking so much! I’m not used to these shorter kayaks but still had a blast. Also I apparently have a serious case of RBF, Resting Bitch Face. I need to smile more.