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Rice fields in winter  Bada rice fields, Honghe Hani rice terraces, Yunnan Province, China.  These 1,300 year old rice terraces are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  They are flooded in the winter and this is one of the best times to photograph them.  When I went to the Bada site, I saw this small stone building and the possibiity for an interesting photograph and spent some time manoevering myself into position to get this shot.  Best at the largest sizes where you can observe the interesting wind ripples on the water in some of the fields.  This photograph placed highly in a recent Photocrowd competition and received a nice editor review.  I am only posting one photo today as I'm putting in long hours organizing a large conference that starts this weekend....so my ability to comment and post may be pretty limited.  The irony is that I'm so busy with the organization of the event that I actually hired a photographer to take the photos of the meeting instead of doing it myself.  03/06/15 www.allenfotowild.com
Bandon Seascape in Oregon
June 3 - Saddle Up An image of my son's saddle  Thanks so much for your comments on my morning fishing image I posted yesterday.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015  "HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?"  "Life isn't a tiptoe through the tulips." ~ Shannon Hoon  Gosh, was I ever elated to see these tulips in this small town known as the "Catfish Capital of the World" and host city of the annual "Catfish Festival."  It was a beautiful and sunny day and these orange tulips were all aglow! I really like the shadows and how they are emitted by light (backlighting). Tulips scream the arrival of spring and are quite photogenic, in my opinion.  Thanks for perusing, commenting on, and/or giving my photos a "thumbs up."  Have a wonderful Wednesday!  Saint Thomas' Episcopal Church 210 Castleman Street Belzoni, MS  (photo taken 3/30/2015)  My Homepage: www.GodsChild.SmugMug.com
Seen during our 2015 canal trip, Warwickshire Ring.  One of the ponds at Middleton Lakes nature reserve, which the canal bisects.
Day 153: Raindrops on Hydrangea Leaf - June 2.  Rain all day today again - the earth must be happy to be getting so much moisture.
2/3/15 - Old farmhouse at the Athens, TX Arboretum; this old farmhouse has been lovingly restored and, I think, is a feast for the eyes.  I was really pleased with the dof I got on this shot.  It was handheld; no flash.  If you are in the Athens area, the arboretum is certainly well worth a visit.  The nature loop wasn't all that interesting but their master gardener demonstration garden and the old restored farmhouse are outstanding!  Thanks for the comments on my shot of the grain elevators.  Terry mentioned old wood ones.  I don't remember seeing any in this neck of the woods that could be wood, but you do run across the old cement ones quite a bit.
June 3.  Flamingo Feathers.  Flamingo Gardens, Davie, FL.
June 3, 2015  As mentioned previously we have put together a miniature train for the grandkids.  During the "construction" it was a family affair.  This is Vanessa mother of Grandchildren Case, Abibail, Benjamin & Eleanor.   The train is running, but they still want to add more track and landscaping, so the work continues off and on.  I'm sure this will be a long-term project.  The kids love it.  Bill is working on a hoist for the table, so that when it's not in use, he can raise it up off the floor to keep it out of his workspace, and safe from being hit by equipment.  As soon as that project is done, I'll try to get some photos of it.  Thank you for your comments and critiques.  Have a fun family day today my friends!  Linda http://www.lgood.smugmug.com
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June 3, 2105  I had this photo printed on canvas as a gift and it had pink hues....I guess I can see them in some of the clothing, but why?
May 3 -  1967 Ford GT40 MK IV
Day 152: Kousa Dogwood - June 1.  Rain, rain and more rain today.  Went for a short walk in the park while there was a lull in the downpour.
In memory of dad.  Today my parents would have been married 65 years.  They were married in 1950.  Dad passed in his sleep March 22 this year.  So the family is all getting together to celibrate the 65 years with Mom and raise a toast.  So folks if you can raise a toast to life!
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