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6/21/14 - The gallery owner's little boy just looked so tiny in this huge doorway and against the large and dramatic painting behind him.  Thanks for your comments on my shot from the 19th and all your good wishes for Phil and his surgery.  It was supposed to be a two hour surgery but ended up taking 4.5 hours.  Phil had a nerve block on his leg and they gave him a little bit of sedative.  As a result, he was awake and watched quite a bit of the surgery.  He's doing pretty well.  Now, it is just a matter of keeping him off the foot and safe and not too bored for the next 8 weeks.  You all surely posted some wonderful shots today.  I didn't post yesterday but am back at it now.
6/7/14 - Glass in a shop in Madrid, NM; definitely better in the largest size.  Madrid is a small artist's colony about twenty minutes south of Santa Fe.  It was a more or less abandoned mining town and artists began buying the properties and opening galleries and studios.  There is an eclectic mix of things and quite a few restaurants...a very nice day trip from Santa Fe.  This shop had a lot of different things, but you know me and glass...I just had to shoot this window display.  Thanks for your warm response to my shot of the little gallery garden area.  Much appreciated.
6/27/14 - At the Transportation Museum in Embudo, NM  Thanks for your comments on my shot in b/w of the sunflower bud.  Much appreciated!
July 6:  Mr Spidey Yes I know, ooohhh youck a bug :).  I was out looking for a pod, had my 18-200 on and was prowling the neighborhood.  I found nothing spectacular, just a few shot.  Most of the flowers are dead now due to the excessive heat and the lack of water we have had.  I had found a whole 4 shots which were not much when I spotted this guy on the weeping cherry in my front yard.  I went in the house and got the 105 macro and the R1 flash rig.  I set the flash units on the ring at 0 EV and -1.3 EV and went out.  He was still there so I fired away.  I took about 30 shots to get a few good ones.  He was a fast moving little guy and I chased him around the tree while he was spinning his web.  In the end he stopped and was doing some furious work with the front legs and then disappeared.  When I looked he was on the ISO knob of the camera checking me out.  He is only the size of the thumbnail on my little finger so he is small.  I did crop the shot for less leave and better view.  I added +5 black and +16 clarity in Lightroom.
Yates Mill Pond - December 26, 2010
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Photo by: Refslund · See photo in original gallery.

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