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Buskirk's Bridge - Hoosick, NY
Eggs & chickens 09 July 2010  Shot at Colaba market in South Mumbai.  The colour version is here:   http://hershy.smugmug.com/Photography/Mumbai-my-city/Misc-shots-of-Mumbai/6410100_x8urE#927522116_5vvgA-A-LB   Today is our beloved Dash's birthday, he would have been 17! Guess can't complain because he gave us so much love for 16.6 years...
Black sail in the moonset :-) - Nov 30 2009  Well didn't want to turn to the archives again... couldn't shoot new pictures... so fabricated this. A fake moon, fake ocean, fake stars, fake shadow... oh yes, the sailboat is real, but darkened... the whole picture is not a masterpiece, but hey... don't blame me, blame photoshop... in my head it was perfect ;-)  For yesterdays picture... the real Azur is the one in the middle.
October 17, 2009 - "Color In The Fog"    This was shot at the top of the Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces.  As we descended to the bottom of the terraces, the cold, foggy and damp morning  turned to heavy sleet.  I was left alone as most people left to escape the sleet that was coming down almost horizontally.  My levi's were soaked when I got down but I ended up getting many beautiful photos to choose from!    It will probably take me 4 or 5 posts to attempt to convey the scope and beauty of the Mammoth Hots Springs Area.    from    http://www.nps.gov/yell/naturescience/mamterr.htm	  Mammoth Terraces - At Mammoth Hot Springs, a rarer kind of spring is born when the hot water ascends through the ancient limestone deposits of the area instead of the silica-rich lava flows of the hot springs common elsewhere in the park. The results are strikingly different and unique. They invoke a landscape that resembles a cave turned inside out, with its delicate features exposed for all to see. The flowing waters spill across the surface to sculpt magnificent travertine limestone terraces. As one early visitor described them, "No human architect ever designed such intricate fountains as these. The water trickles over the edges from one to another, blending them together with the effect of a frozen waterfall."
May 15, 2011-Clouds. After having t-storms all night, losing power and a restless pup, the sky finally cleared and I was able to get outside.   I was wondering should I be using a filter and if so what kind should I use? (Day 135:365 @sharkbayte)
January 30, 2009    Emily - again.      I wanted to try out some new backdrop paper I got and our ice day was the perfect opportunity.  I also wanted to get some practice with it because I had a session scheduled for this coming Saturday.  That was cancelled today - really kinda bummed, but I am more concerned about my client.  She had emergency surgery today.  I really hope she recovers soon and then maybe we can rebook.    I took quite a few different shots of Em - and of course like any proud Mom - I will more than likely post a few of them.  I gotta say I am proud of both of my girls - Kylie has seemed to capture my love for teaching and children.  She is going to make one heck of an early childhood - grade4 teacher when she finishes school.  And Em - not only is she one heck of a model, but has also captured my love for photography.    Add to that a husband whom does nothing but support and love me - and I am extremely blessed .
Blue Hour Reflections, Lake Sam Rayburn TX  The high water at Lake Sam Rayburn makes for some beautiful reflecting pools.  I tried several different compositions, but this one was kept catching my eye as I scrolled through my recent photos.  I hope you like it!  A previous photo of this sunset can be seen here.  This is a single four minute exposure with no filters.  The clouds were moving right at us and I really wanted to capture some cloud movement.  This was the last photo I took before hiking back to the car in the dark.  Critiques are always welcome.  Daily photo: February 11, 2013, taken January 21, 2013
02.02.10 - The Light  The only good thing about a day of cold drizzle is that it makes cobbles very photogenic! As soon as I'd finished work I went in search of wet cobbles. Usually I would like a person in a photo like this, but I like the atmosphere in this as it is. I deliberately under-exposed the shot to emphasise the light.
02/13/12 - Superman and Superwoman Battling Cancer  My Blog:  http://maryanng.blogspot.com/2012/02/superman-and-superwoman-battling-cancer.html  You guys have seen quite a few pictures of Donnie, and you know that he wears his hair pretty short.  When my hair was coming out after chemo, we started joking about taking a picture of us as twins.  I try to be a good sport.  Yesterday was the day.  I know some people would never allow themselves to be seen without their wig, but I'm not some people.  I am what I am.  I appreciate that the wig helps me look more like my usual self, though!  Maybe someone else going through a similar situation will see this picture and be a little stronger to deal with their cancer hair loss after seeing my picture.  There are awesome super men out there like my Donnie who love you no matter what and don't focus on what you look like on any given day but just remember the pretty girl they fell in love with no matter what.  I'm a lucky girl, and Donnie is a good sport.   Off to my third chemo today. Then hopefully only one more to go!  HAGD, Maryann
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January 3, 2010 - "Rocky Mountain High"    This photo is the introduction to photos for a new gallery starting tomorrow that I have been working on.  The series will be presented with B&W images created from photos shot in July 2001 in the Vail, Colorado area.  Everything was shot with my first point and shoot camera that i purchased in June that year.    This scenic image (2001)  was shot while on a hike to Shrine Pass (el. 11,089 ft.).
The Snowy Egret (Egretta thula) is a small white heron. It is the American counterpart to the very similar Old World Little Egret, which has established a foothold in the Bahamas.
Look whooooo has taken over the squirrel box!!!
The 6th Sense - Jan 18 2009  Awful wet and dark day so I decided to follow up the 5 senses of Jean-Yves and create the sixth one... the paranormal sense. It's nowhere near perfect, but seen the lack of good materials and ditto equipment... well, I'm pleased with the result.  Best seen in the smallest size... less flaws visible ;-))
Buskirk's Bridge - Hoosick, NY

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