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04-18-2014 "Iris"  Today Sutton and I picked our and purchased flowers to make an arrangement for my brother-in-law's grave at the cemetary for Easter.  As we were leaving I noticed the Iris blooming at the entrance.  I captured this shot with my iPhone.  Because it was a day of errands I didn't have any other camera with me.  Best camera is the one you have with you! :)  Your comments on my photo of the clematis are greatly appreciated. Donna
Day 108: Ornamental Cherry Trees - April 18.   The cherry tree blossoms at Branch Brook Park in Newark/Belleville N.J. are just about at peak bloom.  The 14 varieties of threes provide a beautiful display of pinks and whites across the park, where more than 4300.  trees are planted.  The first group of these trees was planted in 1927 as a gift to the park and many more have been added since then, with about 700 more to be planted in the coming year. .
04-17-2014 "Lighter Clematis"  This is another clematis I have in my yard.  It has somehow gotten into a lorapedlem that is growing next to it.  It is supposed to be growing up an arbor.  It is a lighter color than the deep purple I posted a few days ago.  I love the color of this one because it is so bright.  To answer Art's question about some the children at Horses for Handicap not being photographed, here is what I know.   It is a requirement that all children in school or participating in events where photos will be taken that there is signed parental consent before their photo can be made.  Even before I retired schools were required to have this consent before the students were photographed our recorded on video or audio.  I am assuming this is throughout the nation because I know that students participating in national honor choirs have to have this release.  If one child does not have the consent the event cannot be photographed or recorded in any manner.  I think part of it goes back to how easy it is to get photos of children on public media like Facebook, Twitter and others.  You know there are some SICK people out there and we have to protect the innocent.  The honor choir I just chaired had 130 high school students and before I could take any photos or have the concert professionally recorded I had to have the parents sign a consent form.    It tickled me that you all were so complimentary of the sweet smiles of Sutton and Lily on yesterday's post.  I can't wait to read them the comments.  You are most gracious and I certainly appreciate them all. Donna
04/18/14 - NC Transportation Museum in Spencer - The Back Shop  My Blog  The NC Transportation Museum was just a few miles off the interstate on our way home from Carowinds, so we stopped in.  We didn't take the train ride, but we did walk around all the buildings and take a ride on the turn table.   I was pleased to see that we could actually step inside The Back Shop where I took the picture I've posted as my daily.  Fascinating combination of beams and natural light not to mention some old vehicles too.   Here's a similar shot I took in 2011.    SmugMug Link  I was very excited by the potential of this shot but disappointed about the bucket.  The floor was unstable, and it wasn't able to be moved.  I intend to play with this shot later in the week and see if I can salvage it.    SmugMug Link  Here are a few more shots from our visit.    SmugMug Link  HAGD,  Maryann
the other organ images are the inside of this church
17.04.14 - Look Up!  It was a grey day yesterday, then a few minutes before sunset this happened! This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama taken in our back garden, if only I'd had time to get down to the river for some reflections, but we had no warning that something like this was in prospect.
"More from Middleton Place"...04/18/2014...
A very windy day this week on the Ennis Bluebonnet Trail
Trumpet flowers and raindrops...  Thanks for your views and comments!  Critiques welcome...  Good Friday  18 April 2014
A yellow rose and morning raindrops...  Saw this beautiful rose on a morning walk after some rain the night before, couldn't resist a shot...  Thank you for your views and comments!  Critiques welcome...  17 April 2014
Day 107: Daffodils - April 17.  So nice to finally see flowers blooming
Azalea buds  Apr 18 My azaleas are getting ready for the spring show!
09/18/2011 Thank you for your wonderful comments.
Grey Abbey County Down Post Date: 17th April 2014  http://www.discovernorthernireland.com/Grey-Abbey-Greyabbey-Newtownards-P2875
04-18-2014
"Iris"

Today Sutton and I picked our and purchased flowers to make an arrangement for my brother-in-law's grave at the cemetary for Easter. As we were leaving I noticed the Iris blooming at the entrance. I captured this shot with my iPhone. Because it was a day of errands I didn't have any other camera with me. Best camera is the one you have with you! :)

Your comments on my photo of the clematis are greatly appreciated.
Donna

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04-18-2014 "Iris"  Today Sutton and I picked our and purchased flowers to make an arrangement for my brother-in-law's grave at the cemetary for Easter.  As we were leaving I noticed the Iris blooming at the entrance.  I captured this shot with my iPhone.  Because it was a day of errands I didn't have any other camera with me.  Best camera is the one you have with you! :)  Your comments on my photo of the clematis are greatly appreciated. Donna
04-18-2014
"Iris"

Today Sutton and I picked our and purchased flowers to make an arrangement for my brother-in-law's grave at the cemetary for Easter. As we were leaving I noticed the Iris blooming at the entrance. I captured this shot with my iPhone. Because it was a day of errands I didn't have any other camera with me. Best camera is the one you have with you! :)

Your comments on my photo of the clematis are greatly appreciated.
Donna

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