when the sun shines

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.”
~ Charles Dickens

I’m grateful for any sunshine these days…

extremely honored to have my work showcased HERE, along with a short interview.  121clicks has long been a source of inspiration to me.

Hope you’ll come visit.

Mozart is there too…he’s pretty chill about it


18 Comments on “when the sun shines

  1. So wonderful Susan! It’s a lovely interview! Also, I love that Charles Dickens quote…

  2. Great interview! I love the light that you capture and shine. That’s a great one of Mozart too – it looks like he has a lot of personality.

  3. A delightful interview! And delectable photos. I do want to know, though – did you spill that coffee on purpose?

  4. How fun to read that great interview! Congratulations! I am a big fan of your photography- you really capture the beauty and essence of the everyday. And of course your trademark gorgeous light! Bravo Susan!

  5. I followed the link above and loved reading a little about you and your journey into photography, Susan! Beautiful light in your first shot and your cat Mozart is so wonderfully photogenic and always looks so chilled out! I once read the phrase: “I have known many cats, and all of them were Zen masters!” We can learn a lot from a cat’s attitude to life!

  6. What a great interview! It is so wonderful to learn a little bit more about you. Your photos are a constant inspiration for me.

  7. Mozart is SUPERCHILL. What a great likeness. I bet he’s indispensable on rough days! I read the interview – congrats! The photos with it are a great representation of your gift for expressing peaceful domesticity. I loved the spilled coffee – and even that one feels calm! 😉

  8. Thanks, friends, I so appreciate your comments. Dotti, my husband spilled my coffee and was quick to blame it on the cat. He was happy when I didn’t ask him to clean it up.

  9. Huge congrats on the interview. An enjoyable honest read. Thanks for sharing.
    Love your dear pussycat, especially in that box. Ha ha, they love boxes.
    Inspiring images as always 😀 Love the way you see.

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