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02.03.15 - The Golden Hour  It was actually more like the golden five minutes because a low bank of cloud in the west, behind me, snuffed it all out, but it was beautiful while it lasted nonetheless. This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama with north to the left and east to the right. You can just see the Cathedral in the far distance near the left hand edge
June 22...   Last Friday I met classmates from our high school graduation in 1957. We had a wonderful day in the town of Roskilde. We visited the Viking-ship museum,   cruised on the fjord with the old steamship seen in the background and had lunch onboard
Blizzard of 2015  Mar 2 In NC,  2 inches of snow can shut down the state. Last week we had 7.5 inches! It has now been coined the "Blizzard of 2015", LOL  This is a view of my backyard.
"MEMORIES"  THIS IS AN OLD SHOT FROM A NOVA SCOTIA VACATION. MY LITTLE NIECE AND I WOULD THROW APPLES OFF THE BRIDGE . I MISS THOSE DAYS!  24/01/2015   I LEFT MY NIECE'S ARM IN THE SHOT BECAUSE I'M FEELING A LITTLE MUSHY RIGHT NOW, BUT THANKS GODSCHILD  XXX
Juxtaposition of Introvert and Extrovert Hollyhocks    Link to Photo Without Frame
I'M GONNA KEEP SNACKING FOR AWHILE. THE SQUIRRELS SEEM TO KNOW HOW LONG IT TAKES THE SNOW TO HIDE THEIR SNACKS. WE HAVE A POSSUM WHO COMES OUT AT NIGHT TOO. 02/03/15
September 7, 2012    Another Bonneville car (yes, I have loads of photos from the races & individual cars). This is a 1953 Studebaker.  Bill was particularly interested in this one & the two other 1953 Studebaker's that were racing there.  He has one of these in the garage, and I think the races may have inspired him to start working on it soon.    Notice the salt caked on the front of the car and where the headlights would be, if it had headlights.  You can see an SP of me in the mirrored surface.    Have a great day!  Linda
March 2, 2015  Green Onions
Game Ball...  This ball was used in the the final game of our '78 season. At the time, my dear wife was in the hospital. She spent 3 months flat on her back with what at the time had 4-5 doctors puzzled as to a diagnosis. Our families and many friends were praying for her, and thank God, she miraculously recovered. My teammates signed this game-winning ball and gave it to me. We won the game, 11-3 and the league championship. My teammate, R.D. Cook, was my catcher, or as he called himself, 'receiver.' As you you might have guessed by now, I pitched. Sadly, R.D. passed away several years later of cancer. He was a very special friend. Also, shortly after the season ended, our coach moved to Texas, and due to additional unforeseen circumstances, our team never regrouped. It was a special group of guys and special memories...  Note: This was going to be my still life for yesterday but I didn't get it together in time. I'll share one more still life tomorrow, unrelated to yesterday and today.  Thanks for your views and comments, much appreciated! Critiques welcome...  March 2, 2015
An interior shot of the 1966 Ferrari 365P “Tre Posti” Berlinetta Speciale
March 2 - Black and White Fabric Flowers  I quite liked the light that was on shing on this flower. I'm pretty syure they're not real flowers..
12-15: Sunday we woke up to more snow and bitter cold. When I took this picture in the afternoon it was only about 4 degrees F! The sun was causing some fog to form over Horsetooth
12-21: This is another from the foggy morning at the Collindale golf course. The fog was freezing on some of the trees branches and needles
Bridge Reflections I captured this while my wife & I were out for a walk.  I loved the reflections on the water and the serenity of feeling this shot gave me.  I really liked the feel of this shot.  We were on one of the overlooks on the lake taking this shot. I am on the road for the next 2 day so I will be late getting comments till I return.  I hope to catch some when I get to the office today, but tomorrow we leave at 4AM so I expect it will be late Friday when I catchup with folks.   Have a great day, hope you are not getting soaked like we are.  Not looking forward to my 3 hr road trip
Day 37 - Love    Thank you for all the great comments. I was quite nervous taking this set of flower photos for a wedding catalog because the flowers were to be used for a wedding the next morning. The client was rushing me in worries that the flowers being out of the refrigerator too long and its losing freshness. It was my first job shooting flowers commercially and that was quite an experience, to say the least.
02.03.15 - The Golden Hour

It was actually more like the golden five minutes because a low bank of cloud in the west, behind me, snuffed it all out, but it was beautiful while it lasted nonetheless. This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama with north to the left and east to the right. You can just see the Cathedral in the far distance near the left hand edge

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02.03.15 - The Golden Hour  It was actually more like the golden five minutes because a low bank of cloud in the west, behind me, snuffed it all out, but it was beautiful while it lasted nonetheless. This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama with north to the left and east to the right. You can just see the Cathedral in the far distance near the left hand edge
02.03.15 - The Golden Hour

It was actually more like the golden five minutes because a low bank of cloud in the west, behind me, snuffed it all out, but it was beautiful while it lasted nonetheless. This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama with north to the left and east to the right. You can just see the Cathedral in the far distance near the left hand edge

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