Fieldnotes

What are Fieldnotes?
Notes recorded by scientists or researchers in the course of field research, during or after their observation of a specific phenomenon they are studying. The notes are intended to be read as evidence that gives meaning and aids in the understanding of the phenomenon.

These are my fieldnotes in the area of creativity and photography.

Seljalandsfoss Area

Seljalandsfoss Area

Driving the Ring Road After leaving the airport I headed straight to 1. I did not want to spend much time in Reykjavik since I knew I would be there for a few days at the end of the trip. The first day of the trip was very wet. The kind of wet you could stand outside...

Námafjall Geothermal Area

Námafjall Geothermal Area

Iceland Recently, I spent eight days in Iceland driving the Ring Road. I spent many miles zig-zagging through the whole country. I've wanted to go to Iceland for many years. I wanted to see this wild desolate place for myself. Iceland did not disappoint. Around every...

Cheekwood in Bloom

Cheekwood in Bloom

This spring has seemed slow. The blooms came later, the rain heavier, the wind stronger. So, spring in Nashville seemed like it would never arrive. Thankfully, this morning spring introduced itself in the most delightful way - a perfect morning at Cheekwood...

Creativity is Hard

Creativity is Hard

I’ve been told I was one of those people...you know the creative ones. I’ve always said everyone is creative and people always tell me, yes, but some people are more creative. It’s always been one of my pet peeves but I’m starting to agree. Creativity is hard. It’s a...

Fuji x100F vs Olympus PenF for a Walk Around Camera

Fuji x100F vs Olympus PenF for a Walk Around Camera

I’ve been using the Olympus PenF with the Olympus 17mm 1.8 for my street photography for about a year but recently, I picked up the Fuji X100F. I keep reading about it being a great street shooter so I was curious. I decided to do a comparison to see which one I...