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…Of the once growing green herb plant known as basil, here is a close up of the skeletal remains. More beauty in nature by design. I love the Macro images of leaves, plants and trees, green or brown.
…Heron. What an interesting bird to watch. Every Wednesday I plan a photo walk with some friends around town as we try to find new places to go and photograph. This location isn’t new, but it’s not the place I … Continue reading
When I walked on my photo walkers Wednesday, I found that I wasn’t alone. I had my friend with me, but there were other critters, some not so obvious as they blended nicely with the environment. Have a closer look … Continue reading
…growth on a leaf. …bugs so light they don’t weight down a leaf and they don’t fall off the edge. …tiny orange bug crawling up your image. …decorated bug fits in nicely with its flower friends.
what has the tree left for food for some animal. looks like there is evidence of one chewed up already. What is that growing up tree with no bark? Is this a dead tree? (used a Lensbaby optic) Who made … Continue reading
You can call it luck or just being at the right place at the right time to stop to capture a photograph. I just love this photo from the forest of Mount Rainier. I wanted to share it with you … Continue reading
Here is my first Interlude between posts. Anyway I wanted to share an image from today while I wait to post the Day 6 of my trip to Oregon. So this is sort of like a memoir: when I reflect … Continue reading
Finally made it to Newport, OR. The Sylvia Beach Hotel was the destination for a writer’s workshop sponsored by author Cynthia Morris, whose new book is called “Chasing Sylvia Beach” The Sylvia Beach Hotel is an old-fashioned, quaint and cozy … Continue reading