I. Whole systems Thinking — Introduction

This is the first in a series of blogs on the subject of whole systems thinking. Each week, after the topic is introduced, I’ll offer a contemplation that relates to the headline photograph and text.  Historically, patterns observed in nature were discussed and documented in China five thousand years ago, before being articulated by Lao […]

The Aesthetic Dimensions—A New Series

This posting begins a series that will focus on the aesthetic tools that visual artists and communicators use, singly and in combination, to create still and moving images that accomplish specific communication objectives. Knowing the objective before we pick up a camera can help us select the most appropriate visual tool—or a combination—to maximize effectiveness. […]

Finding Virtues

  I very much appreciate the structure of jazz music—theme, variations, theme—and sometimes apply that structure to photography. Last week’s posting of variations on a single daylily leaf continues here with variations on a common weed called Bristle Grass. It’s one among the many weeds that are part of my Reverence For Nature’s Geometry project. […]