Tag Archives: landscapes
“I hear silence. I hear silence in my heart. From a distance. Turn your back and run from me.” Funny how we seem to escape a pattern only to be caught up in another one all over again. How does … Continue reading
An area of Oak Cliff named Opportunity Park is where today’s photographic source came from. A hard night in the hood capturing how my people are living in the South side of Dallas has given me some feelings about what … Continue reading
Summer 2014 is looking prime for travel. All I have to do is get through May. Highways, by ways, all in my OWN way. Camera and confidence armed for the challenges that the hottest time of the year brings. This … Continue reading
Today’s goal is simple. So far I’m accomplishing it and it’s my wish for you as well. HAVE A GOOD DAY.
As much grief as people give law enforcement, they are there with purpose and reason. I have had no issue and hold them in the highest respect (barring the bad apples that invariably show their faces). Today is a salute … Continue reading
“In the stone, you’ll find the meaning Why you’re not standing tall In the stone The light is shining, forever touching all.” Only a select few know where this field lies, but the solace it provides is like no other … Continue reading
These walks through forgotten fields and seldome tread trails are never lonely because I sometimes feel like I’ve walked them before. I live in, but not FOR the city. The pride of Orange and Hondo lives in my blood still … Continue reading
Transient mood and gradient thoughts.
The answer is time. The answer is time.