People are always in a hurry. In fact, I would suggest this is more common today than ever. Impatience is a sickness and people can’t wait to be somewhere else – anywhere other than their present location. In many instances, this may be inconsequential. However, patience can be very important in an unfamiliar environment.
Case in point: my Adventure At Paine Creek. During a grueling 7 hour hike on a mountain in near 90-degree temperatures, and without a trail – only my ears to listen for running water through the forest, below – I was struggling to make headway. Frustrated with my pace, constantly having to stop and untangle myself from vines, plants and trees, legs bleeding from cuts…there was a temptation to recklessly plow my way through the foliage – to get out as fast as I could!
But, understanding that such behavior would increase the likelihood of injury, I chose instead to remind myself to slow down and exercise caution. As it turned out, doing so provided me with an opportunity on two occasions to observe high rock ledges hidden behind bushes – use your time wisely.
This geometric image features an offset typographic display with texture, and a limited color palette. It’s available in my shop on a variety of interesting products, ranging from apparel to home decor and accessories. Stop by today and see what you can find!
Enjoy your time looking at this modified collection of watches. Beginning with a photograph of chaotic, randomly dispersed timepieces, I used Adobe Photoshop and Affinity Photo to establish an aesthetic configuration of vintage, metallic shapes. Available in my shops at Redbubble, Society 6 and Fine Art America.
Sunday. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Friday. Saturday. Repeat. Good for everyday of the week, this black and white graphic design features the Droste Effect, and is available on cool stuff in my online shops at Redbubble, Society 6 and Pixels.
Based on a photograph taken several years ago on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, this stylized mirror image rendition highlights an interesting symmetry in underlying sands, as the tide receded. Visit my galleries for more…
Water rises and drains back again into the ocean during low tide, as footprints along the beach of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, fade into reflection. Visit the following galleries for prints and more –