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5/28/15 - Wood sculpture at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center by a member of the Colorado College faculty, Andy Tirado.  This work of art has been at the center for some time, situated in different places and I find it more interesting and appealing every time I see it.  I have a very visceral response to it...it seems to call forth a number of emotions....loneliness, hope, pleading, etc.  And the craftsmanship required to construct the piece is amazing.  Check it out in the largest size to see the individual pieces and their placement.  Thanks for your warm response to my previous shot at the arts center.  Made my day to see it in the #1 spot.  I'd had a shot in my spine in the morning and then slept most of the afternoon, so I didn't get around to looking at the dailies until evening.
The competition site at the Eagle Festival, Olgii, Western Mongolia    Other shots taken just before the start of the Eagle Festival can be seen here: http://goo.gl/rTw1dI    28/05/15 www.allenfotowild.com
05-28-2015 - The American Robin (Turdus Migratorius) is a migratory songbird of the thrush family. It is named after the European Robin because of its reddish-orange breast, though the two species are not closely related. [Wiki]  Shot at Manila, UT.       Link to Photo  Without Frame   
Pale blue bearded iris.  DP148-2015  Posted Thursday, May 28. I just wanted to make a token appearance in the DailyPhotos Community posts and explain why my contributions for the next number of weeks will be sporadic at best.  Last Saturday afternoon my best friend, with whom I share a house, suffered a fall.  The injury he sustained has some very serious consequences, at least short term, for his ability to care for himself.  My time, energy, and emotions have been consumed with helping him deal with the problems he now faces.  From time to time, if and when I have an hour to spare and am in the right mood, I'll prepare some photo to post here, but I don't expect to be able to leave comments, and will completely understand if you simply want to view my photos without commenting in return.  Knot Garden, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, Ann Arbor May 20, 2015
May 28, 2015  Not really superwoman, but a super woman!  This is our friend Alice and she is helping break down our show booth at the Safari Club International Show.  Bill is headed back down the aisle to help too.  I did help on the breakdown too, but I just had to take a few photos during all the work.  :)    This photo was taken just moments after the show closed, and that's when all the crazy tear-down activity starts.  Thank you for your comments & critiques.  Have a great day!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
Cosy in Coventry This shot effectively ends my series of canal pictures from our recent trip.  It shows the Coventry Canal Basin, which was renovated a few years ago.  That is our boat.  We pulled into Coventry on a bright afternoon.  It started to rain in the evening.  The next day's weather was horrible - heavy rains and gale force winds - so we decided not to move at all and to spend a second night still moored up in Coventry - snug and warm in our floating home.  And thanks for ranking yesterday's damselfly shot under the top five.  Much appreciated.
May 28 2015 Clematis  Our clematis bush just started blooming.  Thanks for all the great comments on yesterday's post
May 28.  While in Florida I saw this web and when I got closer, saw nothing like this spider before. A Spiny Orb-Weaver.  Very interesting crab like design to its body.  Despite their intimidating look, they are harmless to humans.
May 28, 2015  There are times when alone is the best place to be...
Chasing away the fog,,,, A shot from a foggy day at the lake.  Very busy this week but getting out for shots today! Happy summer weather!! yay  28/05/15
Sunrise after last nights storm, WY 5 28 2015
I was standing on the boat ramp that leads into the watter at messick point.  I was at the lowest point I could get.  I cropped out the gunk out of the shot and the bottom of the ramp.
Day 147: Yellow and White Iris - May 27.  An iris portrait from the Presby Memorial Iris Garden.  Today was just one of those days - started out overcast and I decided to go back to the garden for a few more photos.  Car trouble on the way there.  Took my photos and problems continued on the way back home.  Finally had to have car towed to service.  Back home, finally, after 4 in the afternoon.  Downloaded my new photos and found that I can't get to them via PS.  The folder with the new images is on my computer but Photoshop doesn't see it.  Now don't know what to do.  Meantime, dreading the call tomorrow when I will learn what the car problem is and the cost of repair.  Did get some good photos if I can figure out how to access them.
27.05.15 - And Then There Were Seven!  This is the same swan family that I featured yesterday. I thought there were 2, possibly 3, babies, but last night I found that there are actually 7!
5/28/15 - Wood sculpture at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center by a member of the Colorado College faculty, Andy Tirado. This work of art has been at the center for some time, situated in different places and I find it more interesting and appealing every time I see it. I have a very visceral response to it...it seems to call forth a number of emotions....loneliness, hope, pleading, etc. And the craftsmanship required to construct the piece is amazing. Check it out in the largest size to see the individual pieces and their placement.

Thanks for your warm response to my previous shot at the arts center. Made my day to see it in the #1 spot. I'd had a shot in my spine in the morning and then slept most of the afternoon, so I didn't get around to looking at the dailies until evening.

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5/28/15 - Wood sculpture at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center by a member of the Colorado College faculty, Andy Tirado.  This work of art has been at the center for some time, situated in different places and I find it more interesting and appealing every time I see it.  I have a very visceral response to it...it seems to call forth a number of emotions....loneliness, hope, pleading, etc.  And the craftsmanship required to construct the piece is amazing.  Check it out in the largest size to see the individual pieces and their placement.  Thanks for your warm response to my previous shot at the arts center.  Made my day to see it in the #1 spot.  I'd had a shot in my spine in the morning and then slept most of the afternoon, so I didn't get around to looking at the dailies until evening.
5/28/15 - Wood sculpture at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center by a member of the Colorado College faculty, Andy Tirado. This work of art has been at the center for some time, situated in different places and I find it more interesting and appealing every time I see it. I have a very visceral response to it...it seems to call forth a number of emotions....loneliness, hope, pleading, etc. And the craftsmanship required to construct the piece is amazing. Check it out in the largest size to see the individual pieces and their placement.

Thanks for your warm response to my previous shot at the arts center. Made my day to see it in the #1 spot. I'd had a shot in my spine in the morning and then slept most of the afternoon, so I didn't get around to looking at the dailies until evening.

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