April Challenge – Entropy, recap

I think this challenge has effected me more than I thought it would. As a photographer, I’m more aware of what I’m hunting now. I see broken down and rusty READ MORE →

April Challenge #18 & #19

Entropy is all over this one! The corrosion is clear. This one is kinda cool. If you look closely, you’ll see that the crack has its own entropy. (I’ll give READ MORE →

April Challenge #17, #18, #19

Today’s submissions follow my mini theme of aging cameras. These cameras belong to my dad. I believe that each were, however, once actually used by my grandparents. I know they READ MORE →

April Challenge, halfway

Over 300 submissions. Old examples. Recent examples. Entropy is everywhere and all around us. Speaking for my own experience, I have begun to look for old and broken things everywhere. READ MORE →

April Challenge #14, #15, #16

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; }.flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; }.flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } April Challenge #14, originally uploaded by Me (?). I hit a READ MORE →

April Challenge, #8 #9 & #10

#8 Sorry folks, it really is hard to get out and shoot, during my workweek. I’ll try and shoot the correct amount though. This is a small portion of a READ MORE →

April Challenge, #7

This photo best represents my view of entropy today. This water tower oversees a large agricultural field. In times past, farmers had to rely on gravity to help them water READ MORE →

April Challenge #6

Today’s submission highlights the cycle of death and life in the agriculture world. The entropy is seen when we understand the without the outside influence of the farmer, the earth READ MORE →

April Challenge #4 & #5

I was busy painting my kids’ rooms yesterday. Sorry I missed my submission. Forgive me? April Challenge #4: I intended to shoot this one yesterday, so it counts for that READ MORE →

April Challenge #3

Today’s submission to the April Challenge is my Mamaw and Papaw’s headstone. Death is the final solution to entropy. There’s no escaping it. I never knew my Papaw George. I’m READ MORE →