with the wind (2), originally uploaded by A.p.K. We are anchored to a past whose weight holds us back, but I am hopeful as long as we strive toward the horizon. With the determination of a steady wind, and with our hearts harnessing the light, we may yet break free.
just another day in paradise, originally uploaded by A.p.K. Living in Monterey is pretty much like living inside a postcard. Every sunset has the potential to make the evening magical, as the lights of the squid-fishing boats come to life along a stormy horizon, and a few hardy souls brave the cold wind and waves... Continue Reading →
(1), originally uploaded by A.p.K. I always find it remarkable how just the right cast of light across two different surfaces can reveal how deeply related both might be to each other. In this case, the texture of lapping waves during an outgoing evening tide are mirrored in the ripples of damp sand along the... Continue Reading →
Kelp forest, fish, originally uploaded by A.p.K. Even within the confines of the stunning Monterey Bay aquarium kelp forest tank, the movement of the fish conveys a bit of freedom... (not much photo mojo lately...so I'm wandering aimlessly through my archives while a headcold keeps me home on the couch.)
Abstract rain, night, originally uploaded by A.p.K. Glittering raindrops fall during an evening storm...dripping from the eaves steadily into the night. I know, I seem obsessed with the weather lately. Really, it is the irresistible interplay of water and light during this rainy season that captivates me completely. The sheen of water across asphalt in... Continue Reading →
dewdrop blue, originally uploaded by A.p.K. This time of year can feel a bit like limbo - with each new glimpse of warmer spring weather, a sizable snow storm or cold week of rain becomes a dreary seasonal setback. The coastal California climate is remarkably mild, and our winters tend to be full of green... Continue Reading →