Postcard 01

Create a postcard this week. The size of my postcard is 1263X1641 @300PPI. Use this setting if you would like to have your postcard printed. For the web I reduced the size to 385X500 @72PPI. You may combine one, two, three or more image and text into your composition. Again, as always, have fun with this exercise!

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This is a postcard that I produced for the Chamber of Commerce and it is available in the City of Chowchilla.

Circles 03

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On my photographic exercise walk I discovered this mug on the old Jeep. The lines and the circle create a beautiful contrast; so does the old jeep in comparisson to the new mug.

Enjoy and happy photographing!

By the way, since I am actively looking for circles, I see them everywhere!

Circles 02

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On my exercise walk I discovered this pipe. While I was setting up my tripod and camera several people walked by and they were wondering “what the heck” I was photographing. I told them that I try to look for things that we normally overlook like this pipe.

Enjoy and happy photographing!

Pets 05

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This is another rescue cat. She was the busiest of all cats that I photographed, constantly moving and exploring. I love looking at her eyes and I wonder how much joy and how much suffering they have seen. Having seen and photographed mall these cats created in me a feeling compassion for them. When you see an ally cat don’t be mean to her, don’t kick her, her life is most likely rough enough. I am an image maker and I learned that the images I make also make me.

Have a great week-end!

Pets 04

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I gave this image the title “trust!” This is a very young rescue cat that was abandoned and he is currently nursed back to health by one of my neighbors. We are in need of finding a good home for him. Since I started photographing animals and specifically cats I am sad how many of them went through a lot of suffering. I am shocked how cruel humans can be to animals and I am joyful having met people that care and give up sleep just to feed a little creature like this one every four hours a day.

Have a wonderful Thursday and happy photographing!