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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
View along the fence line of the poor bushes heavy with snow after the latest storm.
02MAR2015  Council Bluffs Iowa  A dreary but productive day, shot this mid Feb. in the blowing snow and cold.  Thanks for looking at the work today….have a great day!
03/01/15 - March Tablescape  My Blog  I put away the red and got out the green yesterday as I converted my kitchen table from a Valentine's Day theme to a St. Patrick's Day theme.  Time for the March tablescape!  I had quite a few choices of green placemats, napkins, and Corelle plates, and as usual, I couldn't pick just one.  I ended up going with a mix of Corelle Peach Garland plates and another Corelle pattern that I just cannot identify...sigh.     All the items on the table are from the thrift store Guardian Angel except the fish bowl, the candles which are Partylite, and the green Hazel Atlas block glass.  I found the green glass in with my grandmother's glassware, and I just love them as does Johnny since his favorite color is green. I was short two goblets and ordered a couple off eBay which should be here this week.   My favorite find is that awesome large vase that came with the flowers already arranged.  I never could arrange silk flowers, and I don't have many, well any, in my home, but these looked so great that I just couldn't resist.     We now have a visitor to our table.  I wonder what mischief will result!     SmugMug Link  HAGD,  Maryann
SPARE SHOPPING CARTS,,,  But you'll need a shovel,,,,  The sun is shining brightly on a really cold day but these gave me a smile . The mall lot was well plowed but maybe it was  done in the dark? Do you think?  21/02/15
Stop and Pop: My son try's to stick a jump shot from waaaaaaaaay downtown. (He missed lol) - Happy Monday!!!!  03/02/2015
01.03.15 - The Winter Tree  I was taken by the shape of this old tree while walking the dog at dusk yesterday. Thank-you for all the wonderful comments about my night photo walk collages over the weekend.
Flying into the Clouds  This is my first attempt at a composite, with the cranes added to a background similar to what I posted Saturday.  I would appreciate all suggestions/comments to help me get better at this.
March 2 2015 We finally saw the sun.  Fort Myers Florida.  Shot with my cell phone.
March.2.   Mourning Doves in the snow.
Three lighting techniques discussed on the blog today: http://blog.paulbellinger.com
February 21, 2013    After the Safari Club International show and convention was over, Bill and I stayed an extra day.  We went exploring and visited Carson City, Virginia City and other areas and back roads near Reno, Nevada.  It was a bitterly cold day, but we dressed warm and endured the cold.  It was a fun day and we saw some absolutely lovely places.    This was taken from the car as we were driving towards Carson City.  I thought the clouds really added a lot of drama to the landscape and the Sierra Nevada mountains.    Really nice to check out in X3 size.    Have a wonderfully, lovely day today my friends and stay warm!    Linda
June 21...   Fly high little bird. 8000 buddies are looking after you.  From our annual kite festival with thousands of participans
1912 Ford Model T Touring Lamp     Link to Photo Without Frame
03-02-2015 "Happy Faces'  After the difficult time I had getting home from Salt Lake City, I needed some happy faces this morning.  My luggage is still not here.  After about 30 hours in an airport I am finally home.  The storm that came across the southwest and southeast has been difficult for the airports.  So many people were ugly, screaming and yelling.  It's one of those things you may not like but there is nothing you or the airlines can do about it.  On the up side of the trip, the music and venues were fantastic and I came away with a happy heart.  I'm sure you will be seeing photos as soon as I can get enough energy to process them.  Thank you for the well wishes on my trip and commenting on my photos.  This is a great group of "friends." Donna
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

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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
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

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