"Good Medicine" - A Collection
As the pandemic closed in, I needed to capture some beauty and light to hold. In that dark time (and in the days since) much meaning and control has been lost or hard to find.  The majority of photos in this opening were shot over the last 2 years in my small Petaluma garden with a few from the surrounding area.  I present this collection hoping it will provide some peace and a perspective on the immutability of beauty against time. This exhibit contains a sampling of the work.   See my blog on Medium for more about parts of the collection.   
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I remember how darkness, light and fog can dance.  The days I have been lucky enough to get just outside town early enough to see this celebration are memorable.  The morning sun popping through the fog to mark the new day can be sublimely sweet.  I smile when thick wet air rolls down the hills just above tall grasses bowing with sparkling dew drops.   I also enjoy basking in the mornings first warm rays that at this time only reach the ground by jumping in all directions after being scattered by the horizons canopy of Cypress and oak trees.  We get a few mornings year like that, typically in late spring.  The air is electric and as a photographer its great light. I was driving D street to Novato for breakfast with a friend and was lucky enough to have my camera with me the day I took this shot.  I remember feeling the light for a great shot and then in the next instant seeing this shot, pulling over and taking it.
I remember how darkness, light and fog can dance. The days I have been lucky enough to get just outside town early enough to see this celebration are memorable. The morning sun popping through the fog to mark the new day can be sublimely sweet. I smile when thick wet air rolls down the hills just above tall grasses bowing with sparkling dew drops. I also enjoy basking in the mornings first warm rays that at this time only reach the ground by jumping in all directions after being scattered by the horizons canopy of Cypress and oak trees. We get a few mornings year like that, typically in late spring. The air is electric and as a photographer its great light. I was driving D street to Novato for breakfast with a friend and was lucky enough to have my camera with me the day I took this shot. I remember feeling the light for a great shot and then in the next instant seeing this shot, pulling over and taking it.

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