A Rainy Sunday Afternoon

I came home from church this morning and saw the rain drops on our bushes and what remains of our valiant flowers.  The flowers have already been through a few hard freezes, some… Continue reading

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A bit of merchandising. . .

Some of you may be aware that I sell prints of my photographic artwork.  Many are available only as postcards (4″ x 6″) and greeting cards (5″ x 7″), or prints in various… Continue reading

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A River of Blessings

I did something sort of foolish on Monday afternoon.  I took our dog Princess for a walk (without my needed crutch), and hung my camera around my neck.  I decided to go across… Continue reading

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Trying some self-cheer

I’ve felt a little “off” these days.  Too much I want to do, too little time to do it the way I want to, and way too high an estimation of my capabilities.… Continue reading

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First Snow

There is a story to go along with this photo at my blog, “Reflections From a Cloudy Mirror,” so to know a bit about our meager first snowfall, link over there to find… Continue reading

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The Promised Autumn

I told you I would send you some more as the season waned.  Here are some photos taken recently on a perfectly clear, crystal blue-sky day.  None of the photos are retouched except the… Continue reading

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Here comes autumn!

I know it has been here since the 21st of September, but autumn and her colors are starting to really strut their stuff now, and are changing the mountainsides all around us.  Here… Continue reading

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As summer slips away

Some photos of the last of our flowers – some doing quite well – and others definitely near the end of their days for this year. The bumble bees are still quite busy… Continue reading

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My Daddy’s Hat

Zoë likes to play with and wear her Daddy’s hat.  I thought I’d share some of those photos with you.  You will notice that she is also playing the “Where is your eye?”… Continue reading

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The Backyard

Photos taken yesterday in my backyard.  I don’t have to travel far to find beauty!

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