ShareIt was late Summer when I went back home this year; back home to Indiana, and as usual I was looking forward to the trip for a variety of reasons: # 1, I’ll get to see and be with mom, … Continue reading
ShareMiddle of the nite, 2am, our house guard, Skooter the Llasa Apso, woke us, barking frantically cause something was going on outside. In the morning Carlene found the bird food can had the top removed and bird feed scattered across … Continue reading
ShareWe… Carlene, the puppers, and I… visited these beyond-my-ability-to-describe-with-words hills in Central Oregon on a day late in May when the Spring thunderstorms were chasing west-to-east by the hour. Fresh rains were washing the layered hillsides and painting their vivid … Continue reading
ShareI love the look of Fuschia blooms – I like how they seem so intricate, so dainty, so artistic, pretty and loaded with color. But, I have a problem… I’ve tried photographing and making pictures the past few years (we … Continue reading
ShareFor those of us with interest in and about the covered bridges of Oregon the Fourtner Bridge on the north skirts of Grand Rhond may be the only one many have not seen in person. All the other bridges… you … Continue reading
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ShareThis is the beginning a new image collection… an off-shoot of the farm barn thing that I’ve been doing for years. It’s all “Farm Scenes”. Here goes… Some Requirements are: Each image has to include a … Continue reading
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ShareIts all about the light they say! That may be true but… you need a multitude of other factors to converge, all in perfect timing, WITH that light. You check frequently to see if the vineyard colors are the shades … Continue reading
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ShareWe enjoy many roses in our gardens and the four bushes of pink by the stairway show their stuff all the Summer season. I’ve been wanting to set a tripod with camera next to a particular bud and take pictures … Continue reading
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ShareWe were lucky last weekend — Little Cameron was coming to visit. He’s three and a half months now. (click on images to enlarge) Grandmother Carlene got this “Cameron-in-the-pumpkin” idea earlier in the week and was making preparations the … Continue reading
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ShareThere is an adage in photography (a steadfast truth to many camera snappers) that the only time to capture outdoor images is “during the magic hour” – that time within the sixty minutes after sunrise or the same time preceding … Continue reading