This slightly out of place Renaissance man writes mysteries and more. Topics include writing, family, gardens, and more, often infused with a bit of gentle philosophy and always with a lust for life.
Love 'em, Aaron! That one on top, where the sky shows through, should be on the cover of a magazine or book or something. Beautiful!
Thanks, Jude! I liked that one, too. Amazing what life presents us with on a rainy morning by the lake. Because the surfaces were coated with moisture, the bubbles didn't burst on contact. My wife and grandson had so much fun blowing them - and I ran around like a maniac, following these things as they flew around the shore. Now that's a vacation...
Wow, those are really cool bubble pics!
Can I make a guess? If you didn't write you would look to be a professional photographer?
Aww, thanks Steve. Yeah, I'm nuts about capturing images in any fashion - and recreating them with words. The scenes in my head - often motivated by the scenes I capture via photography - are what instigate the written scenes. It's all part of absorbing life and pushing it back out through the pen. So to speak. Unfortunately, I'm a full time engineer days - great job, great pay - but my passion is to write full time (and earn a decent living) while gardening, photographing, and loving my grandkids. Sigh. Some day...Thanks, Steve!
I just realized I used the word scenes three times... Tut tut. I should've previewed, but didn't! Oh well...
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