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17.04.15 - The Path Less Travelled  I'm posting this a day late because our internet was down for over 24 hours until this morning. I have a reputation for taking the "scenic route" wherever I go, even if it is a little bit longer I much prefer taking field paths to walking along busy roads. This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama of my walk back from a local supermarket. The field on the left will be bright yellow with oildseed rape flowers in a couple of weeks.  Once I've worked through emails and everything else I'll post another Daily to catch up properly
Painted Lady on lemon tree blossom...    This Painted lady butterfly was extremely active, i felt fortunate to get this shot!  Thanks a lot for taking the time to views and comment on my work, much appreciated! Critiques welcome...  God showed how much he loved us by sending his one and only Son into the world so that we might have eternal life through him. 1John 4:9 NLT  www.biblegateway.com  April 19, 2015
Quincey and I judged the local orchid photo contest. We managed to get a few shots before the doors opened to the general public.
Almost Night  Textured background
April 19.  I went to a bridal shower on the water yesterday and the weather was superb, like a warm summer day.  This was her cake.  I'd say a bit different, I've never seen one quite like this before.
A Sami feeding the rednosed Rudolph, preparing for the him for the season. I met him near North Cape, Norway at 71° north
04-19-2015 "Reflection"  I turned around in the dugout and the reflection in these glasses caught my eye.  It's also a SP if you look at it in larger sizes.  Your comments are always welcome and appreciated. Donna
18.04.15 - Lost Pheasant?  Finally caught up after my 24 hours without internet! This is my second Daily post of the day, please check out the panorama I posted earlier for Friday as well as this guy. I see a lot of pheasants around here in the fields, but I think this one must be a bit lost to be running through the muddy edge of the Old Fishponds yesterday. It isn't a great shot, he was moving fast through the undergrowth and I was shooting with a long lens through the bushes, but he is a handsome chap I think :)
Saturday, April 18, 2015  "HELLO, SPRING FLOWERS!" (Bradford Pear Tree)  "If you reveal your secrets to the wind, you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees." ~ Khalil Gibran  If you notice, most of the Bradford pear flowers were on the opposite side of the tree in the yard at this residence. It had rained the day before and was muddy; so, for obvious reasons, I opted to photograph this cluster of blooms hanging lower from the limbs and illuminated by the sun.  A residence on the side of Lakeside United Methodist Church Lake Village, AR  Have a great weekend!  ***#10 photo of the day***  (photo taken 3/23/2015)  My Homepage: www.Godschild.SmugMug.com
Painted Lady Butterfly...  This pretty butterfly was busy flying around our lemon tree and its blossoms a few days ago. As I was trying to get a shot, it landed on the bark near the tree. I was able to get a couple of shots, this is one of them. I particularly liked the shadow...  Thanks for your views and comments! Critiques always welcome...  April 18, 2015
July 26, 2012  "It was a somber place, haunted by old jokes and lost laughter. Life, as I discovered, holds no more wretched occupation than trying to make the English laugh. "  ~ Malcolm Muggeridge   Best viewed in larger sizes.    This is another shot from the inside of the Catfish Plantation (see yesterday's potd) looking out the window of one of the many dining rooms.  You can see the exterior structure of the old building and how it is so beautifully painted.  The "wavy" feel that you experience when looking through the window is not a character flaw in the wood, nor a camera malfunction.  It is in fact the texture of the window glass.  This is old window glass called float glass that was made by floating liquid glass on a molten metal, often tin.  This old style of glass always has the inherent ripples and waves.  To read more about how float glass was made, click here:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Float_glass  Have a 'hauntingly - good" day today my friends!   And............have some fried catfish!  :-))  Linda
Visitors to Sakura Sunday
March 23, 2015  Northern Lights  Rural Alberta  * Here is another image of the Northern Lights, taken at our campsite last week.  I recently created a Facebook Artist page to showcase my photography.  Follow me on Facebook at  https://www.facebook.com/QuinceyDeters
One of the earliest woodland wildflowers, and to my eyes, the loveliest.  Bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis, native to northeast North America.  DP108-2015  Posted Saturday, April 18.  Taken April 17, Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan  Title:  Bloodroot Bursting to Life
17.04.15 - The Path Less Travelled

I'm posting this a day late because our internet was down for over 24 hours until this morning. I have a reputation for taking the "scenic route" wherever I go, even if it is a little bit longer I much prefer taking field paths to walking along busy roads. This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama of my walk back from a local supermarket. The field on the left will be bright yellow with oildseed rape flowers in a couple of weeks.

Once I've worked through emails and everything else I'll post another Daily to catch up properly

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17.04.15 - The Path Less Travelled  I'm posting this a day late because our internet was down for over 24 hours until this morning. I have a reputation for taking the "scenic route" wherever I go, even if it is a little bit longer I much prefer taking field paths to walking along busy roads. This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama of my walk back from a local supermarket. The field on the left will be bright yellow with oildseed rape flowers in a couple of weeks.  Once I've worked through emails and everything else I'll post another Daily to catch up properly
17.04.15 - The Path Less Travelled

I'm posting this a day late because our internet was down for over 24 hours until this morning. I have a reputation for taking the "scenic route" wherever I go, even if it is a little bit longer I much prefer taking field paths to walking along busy roads. This is a 2 shot photomerge panorama of my walk back from a local supermarket. The field on the left will be bright yellow with oildseed rape flowers in a couple of weeks.

Once I've worked through emails and everything else I'll post another Daily to catch up properly

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Photo by: John Bennett · See photo in original gallery.

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