The Tulip: Symbol Of Love

The tulip story begins in Central and Western Asia when the bulbs were brought to Turkey by nomadic tribes about 500 years ago. The Turks considered them to be jewels, but it was the Persians who named them “tulipant,” their word for turban which described the shape of the flower they often wore in their […]

Subtle Attraction

  There are many ways that photography can feed the soul. Recently I had reason to reprint Dry Dock Boat and, as the image was taking shape in the developer, my heart was activated before I even had a chance to reflect on the subject matter. Later, I decided to contemplate the impulse of heart […]

Love

  In the King James version of the Bible, One Corinthians 13:13 says, “And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.” The Aramaic Bible in Plain English reads, “For there are these three things that endure: faith, hope and love, but the greatest of these is love.” One […]

Subtle Attraction

  There are many ways that photography can feed the soul. My contemplations so far have largely consisted of metaphoric and imaginative reflections with the images in front of me. Recently had reason to reprint Dry Dock Boat and, as the image was taking shape in the developer, my heart was activated before I even […]