Archive for March, 2010

More water

March 31, 2010

Can I steal just a little of this beauty for Texas?



March 31, 2010

I caught my good friend S. in a rare picture on the beach.

More water-color.


March 30, 2010

Just a flower near the beach.

I love all the different colors in the ocean.

Sand and water

March 30, 2010

Slightly overexposed, but I love how the swirling water is captured.  I could have sat here for hours and hours.

A beautiful windy path among the sand dunes.  Where does it go?

Views from the highway

March 23, 2010

This might be what Texas would look like if it was less hot and got more rain.  We have trees like this and red dirt, and hills in central Texas.

The green hills of England?  No, just a normal California roadside view.  Wish I could move here.  Imagine how beautiful it is behind the highways.

Snow in the mountains

March 23, 2010

I love snow.  Especially fresh snow, a fresh snowfall, mounds of snow, snow on the trees – not slushy old snow.  I don’t mind the cold when it’s snowing as it’s beautiful and it’s often warmer than it would be if it was cold and rainy.

I’m guessing this is somewhere over the Rockies.  Dallas has had record snow this year, including about 6 inches that I missed while I was gone, but it was still delightful to see snow from the plane.  More next year please!


March 11, 2010

For all of you (or just one of you) who have been sad that no pictures have been posted lately, do not worry.  Next week I will be attending an exciting photo adventure, and in April I will be taking an online photography class, so I will get back on track soon.

First movie credit

March 3, 2010

I now will have official credit on a movie.  Who knows who will see it – at least I will.  I’ve met a few hundred actors this week and really enjoyed sitting in a large chair and talking to them.

And I don’t have any pictures to document the experience.  Most fitting would be a collage of the headshots, but I don’t have their permission.

Anyone want to hire me?  I’m pretty good at helping casting go smoothly.