Renee Wallace Wilson's Black and White Posts

I promised myself that I would make something out of yarn, but I promised myself that I would do other things first and those other things are numerous. The…

It's a crappy day out there. There are blobs of dirty snow and patches of mud and soggy green. It does not make for the best landscape adventure, at least not…

When he looks at me, there's no way that I can tell what he's thinking. He's not a game player. He's not a lap cat. He is just an old soul. When he looks at me…

We have a little of it around here. I just bought a new camera which has a lot to learn on it. The lens hood which belongs to this lens always gets in the…

I am cleaning up one of my catalogs in LR today. Oh what memories! I used to love to hang out under the pier in Santa Monica, California and play with the…

There are too many days when I get homesick. I have to remind myself that I made the choice to walk over that mountain. Life is beautiful where we park…

I was a painter a long time ago. Then, I discovered photography and I no longer needed to litter my house with stacks of canvases. Now, I suffocate beneath…

I stopped in to see a friend who has an upscale furniture store and he sells a lot of prints. In fact, he framed and sold one of mine for more money than I sell…

Last month, the leaves fell. This week, the snow came in and is now melting into something not so pretty nor inviting. Life just isn't black and white out of…

Someone in my old neighborhood had a way with window dressing. If you look carefully, there are things other than used lobster tails in the window. Actually,…

The Amalie Mine in California. It was a well-producing quartz mine during the gold rush era. Quartz, the host rock for gold, is extremely hard. Once the ore…
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