I’m not a real photographer—
just trying to capture
real things differently

with a point & shoot
while working in weather
wearing good cameras down

to a bad investments—
small fortunes rendered
to useless cases.

No place for tripods
moving cattle, feeding hay—
no words to hold the wild

still. No time, dearly beloved,
when deep on the inside
of an unraveling ball of twine.


6 responses to “DISCLAIMER

  1. I can only imagine carrying around a camera, let alone a tripod, on your horse! Or maybe you could have a pack mule follow behind 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • It’s been a couple of years since I’ve had the luxury to spend part of the day with a nice camera. Maybe soon. The point and shoots have their limitations, but so do I.


  2. It’s unbelievable to me how you get a bob tail to pose for you. Most of my encounters with them they turn into a evaporating gray ghost in the blink of an eye.
    I hope your followers know to click on your photos to view full screen.


    • Most of the Bobcats don’t pay too much attention to us, Richard. Even though we may not always see them, they watch us pass everyday as we go about our business and they go about theirs.


  3. Unfortunately, a lot of “real photographers” put “artistry” above capturing original aspects of the planet. It seems (to me) that often (these days) to be a real photographer, all you need is Photoshop. Great capture – both in words and photograph.!


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