Monthly Archives: September 2013
Hi all! I could use your assistance (rather, your VOTE) for a photograph I entered into the Midwest Photo Exchange photo contest. Voting ends 9/29. For those of you who’ve been visiting my site over the weeks, months, years, I’d … Continue reading
While on a walk, I saw these weeds growing out of control between a dirt road and a railroad track. (Factoid: this track is part of a route that’s touted as one of the 10 best and most scenic rail … Continue reading
A dead tree stump must be providing some tasty nutrients; can’t imagine any other reason for this insect being so relatively still for so long.
After a bit of research, tested something new in editing… fun to watch as it unfolded.
Title throw you off a little?? A water lily and a pink black-eyed susan.
Yep, just bark! Just liked the texture of the piece that’s peeling away.
Standing just across the street, this is the result of a 7-image panoramic using a wide angle lens. At first I thought the telephone line was a bit distracting and planned to edit it out, but decided it’s fine as … Continue reading
Look what I found! Same barn from the previous “Flag’s Colors” post, but from a close-up and different perspective. Sometimes it pays off to be curious.