Too Close?

For Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge: closeup or macro.

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Backyard Buddies

Our backyard buddies include Juncos, robins, starlings, Red-tailed hawk, and goldfinches. Of course, there are many more. Busy place. (For Bird Weekly challenge: backyard birds.)

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A Photo Walk

Two rivers intersect at our city’s centre, and while I often patrol the larger one, this day I decided to visit a park adjoining the second. Probably because walking is still difficult for me, I was drawn to the many benches that line the path, all vacant now due to Covid restrictions. A quiet evening […]

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Little Pests

For Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week challenge: insects.

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Spring Serves As Reminder

Even the old flower –this appearance of decrepitudemerely camouflagefor the soul is eternalreaches for renewaland at every opportunityblossoms…. (For Lens-Artist’s Photo Challenge: Spring.)

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Threes in Threes (or so)

Amateur, I am, when it comes to photography. I’m excited to learn the ins and outs. This week, Nancy Merrill instructs on the rule of thirds. The featured image represents thistles leaning into the third. This daffodils are leaning outside the boundaries, but there is something interesting about this shot to me. Thanks Nancy Merrill […]

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There are moments…

…when the lens captures the unexpected… magic startling the mundane… (For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week challenge: anything.)

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Unexpected Treasure

Summer arrives on its own schedule, painting the landscape a luscious green. The heat of the day keeps us tucked in a cool house, but not without restlessness. Ric offers a late afternoon drive and parks near a trail so I can wander in. Tall oaks, beech trees, and maples create a canopy of shade. […]

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Early Morning Recharge

The dogs stir at the first hint of daylight. I rise with them, grumbling about lack of sleep, until the sun emerges full and bright – something we haven’t seen in awhile. “I used to be a morning person,” I say out loud. I’m am feeling the unrest of being shut in. Ric emerges just […]

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