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the edge

It seems all the photo’s I take are on the edge of exposure and motion blur. This was at dusk and below the chickadee doesn’t linger, most shots are just lucky shooting these guys manually.

 

 

The highs, the lows

Basjoo Banana Tree Bud
Musa basjoo, thought to have originated from the Ryukyu islands of Japan.

 

I’ve been waiting years for a bloom, curious it is the first of Spring?

 

Sweetie our 20 year old cat is fading, she comforted me through some bleak times, my heart is breaking…

return of the Birdman

It’s been exactly a year since the departure of my tit mouse friend. This chickadee landed in my hand six times today. Nothing like it!

This past January photo, such a tiny bird, not easy to photograph. I’m sorry to say I can’t tell if these photos from the past couple of years is my bird in hand?

“Chloe” Jaume Plensa, VMFA

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What a beauty!

 

The last time I photographed the sculpture garden in 2012.

 

earth day 2017

A couple of snapshots from a wonderful family event.

 

 

abandoned gardens

Our urban block is either demolished or abandoned.

 

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This morning as I was picking up trash on the block I ran across this. The marketing of laughing gas as erotic whip it was as disturbing as the creepy folks who litter, god only knows what may have been in the tin foil?

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Easter print

chocolate

I am constantly seduced by chocolate but was reminded yesterday that local honey is the cure for my slow burn of inflammation from Spring pollen.

bronze cow

DiPasquale Bronze Cow ; circa 1997 : private collection

 

I finally fixed the glitch in photo of Paul with Neptune from years back.

 

taco

Portrait of a new friend, her name isn’t really Taco, wonderful beast!

Lone Oak #3

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Lone Oak (GNIS FID: 1477498) is a populated place located in Hanover County at latitude 37.815 and longitude -77.659.

Prior to the arrival of English settlers, Hanover County served as hunting grounds for the Pamunkey and Chickahominy Native American tribes.

Our lone oak out back door the next morning while drinking coffee.

 

 

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