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Category Archives: Colors & Light

Behind The Photo | After The Storm, Varese, Italy

It was late summer. It had been raining in buckets all day, and the whole thing was wrapped up by a major

Behind the Photo: Winter Sunset on Lake Varese, Italy

It is sunny and cold outside on this quiet Napa afternoon. Given that it is the first day of the new year, I thought I

When Your Life is Overwhelming, Where Do You Find Peace?

When your life is overwhelming, which color will bring you the most peace? Blue of course. Blue is “the peace

Green: The Center of It All

What is green, has a heartbeat, and never steers us wrong? Our heart chakra! Welcome back to our Simply Color

Sunrise in the Vineyard | Napa Valley, California

I don’t know about you, but I am not an early morning person, yet at the same time I am. I find it really

Behind the Scenes at a Fabulous Outdoor Wedding with Ornamento

Ornamento is the creative masterpiece of the incomparable Orna Maymon. Whenever I think of Orna and her

Needing Energy, Passion or Grounding? Red is Your Ally!

Welcome back! In this post we will begin our journey through the chakra colors. Hope you enjoy

Autumn Walk in the Rain

Autumn is definitely my favorite season, and I have been yearning for fall foliage for months. Here in

Color: What’s in it for ME?

Our last blog post talked about color and this one is going to talk about why we would even WANT to use

Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Moe, in Choosing Color, How Do I know?

If I had a dime for every time someone has asked me about what color to use for their particular purpose, I

Surfer Sunrise

I photographed these images at sunrise in a couple of locations along the windward coast of O’ahu, Hawai’i.

Prelude to Spring at McLaughlin’s Daffodil Hill – Volcano, California

Daffodils anyone? How about thousands of them covering a farm on a hillside in the lower Sierras in Northern

Graced by the Light – Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

I walked in and saw this. All I could say was… nothing. I just looked up, gaping, and allowed the experience to