Photo of dawn at Cape Lookout with beach in foreground and ocean in middle ground.

Dawn at Cape Lookout, 2022. I think I like taking dawn and dusk photos more than sunrise and sunset photos. ๐Ÿ“ท

Photo of watercolor supplies: 6-inch by 8-inch pad of paper and Sakura brand field kit.

I have my watercolor kit ready for this weekendโ€™s beach camping trip! ๐ŸŒŠโ›บ๏ธ๐ŸŽจ

Two pens laying on the right page of an open notebook. TWSBI on left, Kaweco on right.

Two new pens and a new ink arrived today: TWSBI ECO (inked with shin-ryoku) and cyan Kaweco Sport (inked with matching Robert Oster Fire and Ice). ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ–‹

P.S.โ€”yes, I ordered another Kaweco after giving up on my black one. But that has been behaving better since going cartridge-only.

Photos my buddy Nathan and I took with his drone in June 2019. We trekked out to Oak Cliff Founders Park to get this shot of the Dallas skylineโ€”and then hightailed it outta there.

Photo of ink bottle and a handwritten message matching the text of this post.

My mom just found this bottle of Iroshizuku shin-ryoku at a thrift shop for **$2**! ๐Ÿ–‹๏ธ

Black and white photo with guitar fretboard in foreground on right, handheld radio on charging dock in middle, and ZZ plant in white ceramic pot in background.

I might be experimental โ€” here are 3 experiments in 3 feet. ZZ plant, amateur radio, guitar. (Microblog May, Day 3)

Framed photo hanging above a chest of drawers. The frame and mat are white, and the photo is of a pecan orchard covered in snow. The dark bark of the trees contrasts with the white snow.

This is the only **photo** of mine that I’ve ever framed. ( May, Day 2)

Boxed 8-ounce Keep Cup

Shout-out to Keep Cup, a nifty 8-ounce glass travel mug I discovered in Melbourne. Its not easy to find something this size in America.