I have so much to tell you about yesterday and my solo trip back to Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, but I have seventy-five photos to edit (narrowed down from over 700!), a batch of muffins to bake and Langley needs her daily walk. I will be posting more photos from yesterday over the next few days. Like I said, I took over 700, and just finished narrowing them down today.
Speaking of bridges, there are many beautiful ones in Venice, Italy. From the famous (Rialto Bridge and the Bridge of Sighs) to a simple footbridge in Burano, you can enjoy them all!
A walk in Venice sounds nice...
We had a birch tree on our property. Not a white birch, but a birch. It had to come down a year ago, unfortunately. Sparks sawed it into lengths and I asked to keep one of them, not knowing quite what I would do with it. Months passed and I did nothing; eventually he disposed of it. Ah well.
Now I know what one does with birch trunks--one makes birch candle holders, duh.
A beautiful autumn day at one of London's more hidden gems. A cluster of tombstones nestle in the woodland and are bathed by bright sunlight. Coincidentally, it is Remembrance Sunday and the resting places of these long departed souls are captured on film. It is most definitely a place of peace.
Images from my visit to the captivating Abney Park Cemetery…
This photo I made two days ago (to show I only flipped the pic)... I simply enjoy playing with my camera and chrystal ball.... two days ago the wheater was just fine...today...wow...storm, rain, more storm, more rain... FALL has really introduced itself!!
Howdy, my friends. I must offer my apologies on my lack of posting lately. With a new work project (the one that pays the bills) I haven’t been as active here as I would like. Hopefully, I will pick up this week on my regular postings , such as Bloom Of The Week Wednesdays, and some posts from my recent travel, the second part to our Seattle trip. Thanks for your continued interest! And remember – take the time to enjoy!
Any American must have very strong reason for visit to Europe, as an European for visit to America - it is far enough and expensive. I seek this reason for a long time and - yes! - I have found it yesterday, at last! I want to see and make photos of this natural miracle in Arizona - The Wave at Coyote Buttes North.
Remember voting ends at midnight for the April m.c.s.! Get your votes in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I’m participating in a quotography project with Nick Exposed and Seeing Spots Photography. So I’ve selected one photo for one of my quotes. I completed a couple of hours of photographing for my second quote and I’m stumped on my third quote. So I wanted to see if y’all would help me out?!?
And the quote is:
All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
So tell me your thoughts, ideas, suggestions, interrpretations……. pretty please!!!
Exquistite images of storms across the US by New York photographer, Mitch Dobrowner. Blog Professional Photography has this quote from Dobrowner, describing his art:
"The Earth is an ever changing eco-system. It's existed well before we were here and will hopefully be here well beyond the time we leave it. It's real, at times beautifully surreal, powerfully haunting and alive, all at the same time."
Title of Photo: Bird, Beach & Clouds
Your Name: Tisha Clinkenbeard
Photo Story About Experience: While visiting the Cannon Beach, Oregon area I happened upon this photo of Haystack Rock as the mist/fog rolled in for the evening. I was pleasantly surprised to find the seagull also in the photo.
Country of Photo: United States
Camera Equipment: Nikon P90
A side note from my H2O-project, I think this is pretty cool and want to share it with all my WordPress followers:
Capture daily life
On May 15th we ask you to photograph what is close to you. Upload a photo, share it, compare it and join others all around the world doing the same.
Now, this is one of the more bizarre art installations you will find in staid, conservative Victoria. This tree is in someone's front yard, and as you can see, it is hung with Barbies and their kin. I see this tree during my daily commute and have been meaning to photograph it for a while. I find it fascinating. Creepy. And remarkably durable.
Peacocks have got to be the most frivolously decadent of Mother Nature's inventions. They are a fabulous concoction of colours and feathers and I simply adore them. Which is why, when I heard from Out Walking the Dog about the peacocks that roam the grounds of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in northern Manhattan, I couldn't resist stopping by to say hello.