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“A parlor trick is a simple magic trick intended to be performed with few props for a small audience.”
This is a rough cut of my favorite encounter with a Blue Heron this year and had planned to match up with the perfect cloud for a post on the winter solstice my favorite part of the year when the light begins to return for longer days.

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5 responses

  1. J Moser

    That’s great. You should let me print that for you. I have a good quantity of 17″ wide paper right now!!! Bring me a high res file to print!!!

    December 9, 2013 at 12:00 am

    • Probably my last post of the year, our decade old tower PC has been going blue screen and today couldn’t get beyond, so saving all my stuff in safemode and may try to reformat this model-t as BigK has been calling it. Gold- plated problems, etc, I’m still in a cheerful mood however!

      Safe-mode doesn’t work, pretty sure I have worn out the hard drive. It hasn’t been as though I have jumped it through hoops the past years.

      Still cheerful!

      December 9, 2013 at 10:49 am

      • Wow! Thanks for the prints! (guess you met our guest from France)…

        Printing images is such a different animal and an art in its self.

        I got by “Stir Crazy” yesterday morning and saw your new prints and got a photo of Swallowtail from our Hawksbill hike.

        December 14, 2013 at 8:32 am

  2. J Moser

    I’m sure you will notice a slight defect in the border of the big print. Try not to let it bother you… most people will not see it, and your wonderful image is not affected by the little ghost line in the border.

    December 14, 2013 at 10:13 am

    • Printing a screen projected image reminds me of “slides” back in the day. The print was always different from how the image looked projected. Haven’t printed enough to really know? The Heron seems to look more baroque in your print which I enjoy. Each process appears to change what is intended so I have tried to relax more about. Thanks again!

      December 14, 2013 at 6:43 pm

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