Category Archive: Nature

Some Favorites – Part 1

Trolling through my photo files, I thought I would share with you some of my favorites:     Click on a single photo, and it will toggle to a slide show screen.  Some… Continue reading

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Some Photos for Laure Y at AP

Here are several photo for you to choose from, but I just ran through my files pretty fast and pulled about 50 out for you to look at.  However, feel free to navigate… Continue reading

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A Long Time Coming. . .

It’s not that I have stopped taking photos (Heaven forbid!), it’s just that my blogs have suffered my neglect for such a long time due to a number of factors, not the least… Continue reading

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A June Evening at Home

          I hope you enjoyed these.  Remember, that the photos can be viewed in full resolution if you click on it. BTW – I HAVE FINALLY GOTTEN AROUND TP… Continue reading

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It Must Be August!

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While I’ve Been (Am) Under the Weather

I was in the hospital last week for reasons unknown that involve either heart or brain, but since I am rolling around making comparatively good sense, we shall assume it was a freak… Continue reading

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I Sing Because I’m Happy. . .

I sing because I’m free! For God’s eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches me. When we finally got food in our bird feeder, the birds have come, but especially… Continue reading

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Out and About

Been trying to catch some of the beautiful Eastern Tailed Blue butterflies that are flying all over, but they are generally very skittish and flighty, and seldom open their wings to show off… Continue reading

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A Sunday Afternoon Appalachian Spring

I posted these photos as a video with music on my writer’s blog – Reflections From a Cloudy Mirror.  You are welcome to link over there and watch and listen.  To see the… Continue reading

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None of the kilted men went regimental. . .

May 3rd our eldest son Joshua Ryals Calhoun and his beautiful bride Sarah Lisabeth Corcoran were married. I took mostly candid shots of the rehearsal, preparations, etc.  – they were wise enough to… Continue reading

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