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Death Valley Sand Dunes  ~Deb  3/21/2011
Lupine high on the mountain  Spent some time today at Timberline on Mt Hood.  Starting at around 6000 ft near the Timberline Lodge we followed this trail up to about 7000 ft.  ~Deb  7/25/09
Mandarin Orange - Jan 7 2010  Tried my hand at some fruit shots today. With limited lighting options and only kitchen attributes for the setup the result isn't that great. Well at least it was fun and the models went along just fine :-)
Colorful - Mar 3 2010  OK, I know what you're thinking... but no these are absolutely not M&M's... no way... these are... euh... euh... health pearls. Yes, that's what these are :-)
Baby Pineapple - Mar 25 2010  Second in the fruit series is a baby pineapple, much like a normal pineapple but a lot smaller (surprise!) After the shoot I chopped it in pieces so my darling Caroline would have a healthy snack at work... and then I thought "does this make me a baby killer"?
Nap Time! This is Allison, my neighbor’s cat. I guess she fell asleep waiting to catch some birds while they were eating at the feeders. #365Project Day 05 (2011.01.05) @sharkbayte  **Update-I should had mentioned the cat was sleeping, prior to this shot. I called it and after a couple of seconds, this is the look I got and then she stretched and came down from the tree. She was groggy in this frame.
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
Spring Colors - Mar 23 2009  We had our last 'spring' day for now... it's raining cats and dogs. So here's a little color to get trough the wet and dark days.
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Megan On Pointe - this is one of the shots from the photoshoot on Friday with two young ballet dancers.  Thanks for the nice comments on the shot of the diner kitchen.  Some time ago, I was contacted and asked to do an interview for the SmugMugCorner on PhotographyCorner.  I was notified today that the interview is now live on the site.  You can see it here:   http://www.photographycorner.com/blog/2010/01/smugmug-corner-60-judy-horton.  I was really flattered to be selected for an interview.  I hope you can take a couple of minutes to check it out.
4th year Pic 158 - June - 13 2012 Elephant ride. -  Maetaeng Elephant Park, Cihang Mai, Thailand This one is for Art, he commented on my earlier pic that he would like to go for such a ride!  Chiang Mai has several Elephant parks. Maetaeng park offers elephant rides, elephant shows, bullock cart rides and a ride down the rive on a bamboo raft!
November 29, 2010 - "Bridge of the Devil"    This is the first of a photo series this week that were shot in the rain and fog.  All the images were shot from on or adjacent to this bridge on the Serchio River in Italy.  The rain drops on the river are visible in the enlarged version.    "Ponte della Maddalena (Italian: "Bridge of Mary Magdalene") is a bridge crossing the Serchio river near the town of Borgo a Mozzano in the Italian province of Lucca.[1][2]. One of numerous medieval bridges known as Ponte del Diavolo, the "Bridge of the Devil", it was a vital river crossing on the Via Francigena, an early medieval road to Rome for those coming from France that was an important medieval pilgrimage route.  The bridge is a remarkable example of medieval engineering, probably commissioned by the Countess Matilda of Tuscany circa 1080-1100. It was renovated circa 1300 under the direction of Castruccio Castracani. The largest span is 37.8 m. The bridge is also described in a 14th century novella by Giovanni Sercambi of Lucca.  Circa 1500 it took on the name of Ponte della Maddalena, from an oratory dedicated to Mary Magdalene, whose statue stood at the foot of the bridge on the eastern bank."    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - November 28, 2010
Warm Grass, Lake Sam Rayburn TX  I love the way that a sunset can light up a foreground!  This glowing grass caught my eye as I was looking for a new foreground composition that included the reflection pool.  We hope to get back to the lake this weekend and maybe even today!  This is a three exposure HDR.  I haven’t made many HDR photos lately, but still find it to be a handy technique when I have to shoot into the sun without any filters.  The only filter used here is the circular polarizer.  CreativeLIVE is live and FREE today with Jen Rozenbaum and workshop titled “Building a Successful Boudoir Business.”  Check it out FOR FREE 24hrs a day for the next two days at www.creativeLIVE.com/live  Critiques are always welcome.  Daily photo: February 15, 2013, taken January 21, 2013
September 2, 2010    COMING IN FOR A LANDING!      I think the hummer was saying to him/herself, "Whoa, whoa, whoa - slow down, there's danger ahead!"     This shot was not the greatest quality, but it made me smile.  I laughed at the hummer's position coming in for a landing.     I think perhaps the hummingbird has seen the wasp on the other side of the feeder at the last minute & is trying hard to "put on the brakes" before encountering that scary little flying stinger on the other side of the feeder.    The end of the story is that the hummingbird scared the wasp away and he/she got her fill at the feeder.  When the hummer left, the wasp came right back immediately & parked itself on the feeder again.    I hope this gives all the SmugMuggers a smile today.  Thank you all for you comments on my shot of Chika in Bill's 1966 Fairlane.  It sure was fun meeting she & Hiro & Papamugger.    Have a wonderful evening!    Linda
Death Valley Sand Dunes
~Deb
3/21/2011

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