Hi ho, art friends. Today’s post is the next in the Shadowrun-inspired portraits: Ginger, the Street Samurai. Girlfriend of Hiro, whom we’ll meet later. Ginger’s portrait features my photos of Ginger (Elfdoll Soah, wearing Doll Hearts Dark Rock Ryan and purple wig), photos of Seattle and clouds; Pixabay photos of the people, and Foxey Squirrel […]Read More Ginger, Street Samurai
Hi ho friends. I’ve been watching the past few months as the buildings around Rainier Tower were removed. This photo was taken in February 2018 and the first time I had a clear shot of the bottom of the tower. I hope to get back with my Canon Rebel and ultra wide angle les before […]Read More Rainier Tower
Hi ho friends. As mentioned in the last post, my camera is calling me but I’ve got a couple more days of study before my CAP exam. I dug into my photo files and found this photo from 2013, which I’d completely forgotten about. I don’t know who the graffiti artist is, but I like […]Read More Graffiti advice
In 2004, I celebrated my 40th birthday with friends and family with a day of festivities at the Seattle Arboretum, the Japanese Garden and finished with dinner at the Queen Anne Sam’s Sushi. Today’s photo is one of from the pond at the Japanese Garden. The flowers and critters were out in full force that […]Read More Duck, Turtle, & Koi
This morning, I went to the 51st Floor Conference Room at 2 Union Square, the location of some company events next week. I needed to check the entire space, find the tech closet and kitchen. The view was nice. We’re facing northeast with Lake Washington in the center of the photo. via Instagram http://ift.tt/2p5DV40Read More View from the 51st Floor
Hi ho lovelies. I’ve been pretty good for the past couple months of scheduling weekly fresh posts. My next blog goal is to refine by type of posts (my current classes, planner updates, photography, etc.) on a regular schedule. I just need an afternoon to sit down with the planner and plot it out – I […]Read More September Moonrise
Promotional photo for the 2015 Seattle Go Center Pair Go TournamentRead More Is it my turn?