Patterns, shapes and textures are primarily what inspires my art. I see composition everywhere I look and have spent many a trip shooting just
that. My late boss used to ask…who was on this trip? when I showed up with dozens & dozens of prints of texture and pattern.
While most people want to wait in line for hours to go up the Eiffel Tower I was much more interested in the architecture. Would you ever know this was the Eiffel Tower?!!!
Algae along the wall of the lock after the water receded.
Lichen growing on a wall in another lock. This shot was taken from inside our cabin as the water receded giving me a macro view.
Resist on a steel structure surrounding the last lock the ship traversed sailing back into Paris from Normandy.
I was sitting with another artist…a jewelry designer from AZ. We were two obsessed souls shooting images of everything that wasn’t nailed down.
The trellis in Monet’s garden at Giverny
Ever wonder how they grow canola? Kilometers and kilometers of what we call mustard at home.
A stone path beneath a bench at the American Cemetary near Omaha Beach in Normandy.
Cargo containers on a ship sailing by..
The interior roof @ Charles De Gaulle Intl Airport.
Magazine stand on Paris’ Left Bank…and this is just a dent in the pile of patterns and textures I captured…
Next: (are we done yet?)
nature, text, houseboats…