I received a copy of the complete set of “The Birds of America” by Audubon with the intro by Sibley. My photo above resembles Sibley’s red tail hawk illustration. Audubon has been a candy store of knowledge and composition.
This is a redo of “no bigger than a clothes pin”.
Still life shot during the Superbowl. I did see the last eight minutes of the Sea hawk’s play off game with Green bay and felt that was enough of a dose for the season. I loved playing as a child but have limited interest in following.
There’s no such thing as a “seahawk.”
The Seattle franchise might spell it as one word, but biologists don’t. In fact, they don’t even use the term to refer to one particular species.
Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/14-fun-facts-about-sea-hawks-180949528/#oDIoiEKyKdtGZ7fS.99
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The polar dip is alternated with ice shots from in front of our home this morning. I suppose there is no hope for the groundhog this year but a relief that not much more frigid cold to endure. These folks today were inspiring for those of us that dread the cold.
Love Phil’s boat!
Elli filming underwater.
Definition of selfie in English:
NOUN (plural selfies)
A photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and shared via social media:
occasional selfies are acceptable, but posting a new picture of yourself everyday isn’t necessary
Big Thanks to my beautiful wife and friends for surprise 60th birthday party!
Found my first led flashlight underneath my truck seat while refurbishing my twenty year old Toyota.
Had a chance to photograph some friends 1/28/15. Can’t wait for Ground Hogs Day next Monday!
Photography suits the temper of this age – of active bodies and minds. It is a perfect medium for one whose mind is teeming with ideas, imagery, for a prolific worker who would be slowed down by painting or sculpting, for one who sees quickly and acts decisively, accurately.
Bald Cypress trees were planted by architect John Notman circa : 1848-49? The big tree which is across from the Confederate Officers section appears may be native?