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Think and wonder, wonder and think ~ Dr. Seuss Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geisel) would have been 109 on March 2. Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss. Thanks for writing funny, witty and wise books that provided us with years of great reading.
I shot this photo last Friday when it was very cold and icy. I didn’t realize until I opened it in the editor that I managed to capture a rainbow-like glare along the edge of the vase. I love … Continue reading
I wasn’t about to go outside in the ice today, so I put some flowers on the balcony and stood inside (near the heat vent which was working overtime) and snapped away.
I’m not sure what this is, but it looked like a dandelion to me. Isn’t that pink pretty? Not sure what others would call it, but I wouldn’t consider it a weed — even if it were yellow. Linking up … Continue reading
But when you’re walking through a room and notice how lovely a dying flower — the bouquet that should have made it to the trash last night — looks, you have to grab your camera. And then, of course, … Continue reading
Linking up again with Kim Klassen’s Texture Tuesday link party. Today’s theme was any photo with a pop of color. On this grey winter day, I immediately thought of flowers. I took this photograph last month while in … Continue reading
I decided at the last minute (the day before the class started) to take Kim Klassen’s Beyond Beyond class. I thought that it might be a way to expose myself to a different style of photography. I hope to pick … Continue reading
Flowers and the beach are a winning combination for me. I found this flower, an East-Coast Dune Sunflower, blooming at the edge of the beach the other day, following a wind storm. Love the sand in the center of … Continue reading
Taken today at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Naples Florida. This is one of my favorite places in Florida to visit. Forget the Mouse: find real wildlife in the Everglades.