Safe Harbor

I’ve just returned from Orange County in California, my old stomping grounds, and have a few new images that I’ll be showing in my next newsletter. Here is one entitled “Safe Harbor.”

It was taken at the Dana Point harbor and I was pondering the difference in the sea on one side of the wall compared to the other. One is calm and the other turbulent.

It made me think of the walls we put up in our lives, and wondering if they really provide calm or they are just a way to avoid certain things.

6 Responses to “Safe Harbor”

  • XAVI Says:

    Excellent composition and tonality on this one!
    … Love the design of your blog too…

  • thompsoncd Says:

    Thanks Xavi, I appreciate your stopping by! My blog was a complete turnkey setup, done by my friend Daryle over at Pavalier.

    I couldn’t have done it without him!


  • Evan Says:

    Hello, Cole (or is it Mr. Thompson?)

    I’m glad that you’ve finally expanded your presence on the various internets – now I can keep an eye on you even when the email newsletter isn’t being sent!

    As for this photo, great job! I’m always impressed by the soft gradients you get out of fields of color – your technique is something I wish I could do!

  • thompsoncd Says:

    Hi Evan! Yes, this is Cole (Mr. Thompson to you!).

    Thanks for visiting and your comment.


  • Gerry Toler Says:

    “walls we put up in our lives”
    You must be a philosopher in additin to being such an excellent artist/photographer.
    YOur blog is certainly quality.

    Best wishes to y’all for a bounti-full Thanksgiving Day.

  • Cole Says:

    Gerry, I am certainly not a philosopher! I’m a simple guy and have simple views; everything is black and white to me (smile)


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