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I’m introducing you to Charlotte. Loved the book, watched the movie, so it was a no-brainer giving her the famous name once a I saw she wasn’t just a one-night-stand from a few posts ago. Yep, the little yellow-bellied, red-legged spider has … Continue reading
Just another day at the Bog Garden hoping the male barred owl was onto a meal, but whatever creature made the first noise in the creek never did so after that. Those talons were ready to grab too!
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
After a bit of research, tested something new in editing… fun to watch as it unfolded.
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
The Burlington Breakwater North Lighthouse and break wall serve as the main entrance to Burlington’s harbor. Due to all the rainfall this spring and into the summer, Lake Champlain’s water level just about covered the wall (these photos were shot … Continue reading
A view across Lake Champlain of Vermont’s Green Mountains and it’s 3rd highest peak, Camel’s Hump. Great hiking trails as well!
While waiting for the ferry and enjoying a meal at the Breakwater Cafe on the Burlington, VT/Port Kent, NY ferry dock, I had plenty of time to capture this scene across Lake Champlain and a section of upstate New York’s Adirondack Mountains range. July weather was … Continue reading