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Monthly Archives: February 2017
Beallara Marfitch – Howard’s Dream.
Has done a Vivian Maier selfie – well, almost everyone perhaps. Here is my take on it with a side of E.E. Cummings.
Tonight is the night of the Oscar awards and I am torn between watching it to see if my favorites will win or staying with my usual Sunday night viewing of The Walking Dead. Polar opposites don’t you think? It … Continue reading
Photos were taken August 2013 around the pond in the public garden where the swans, swan boats, ducks, and tourists abound 🙂
I don’t know what type of cactus this is but if you know please let me know. This cactus was one of many in the private garden of an RV park in Congress, Arizona. It shared space with Methuselah the … Continue reading
F5.6 – 1/200 – ISO 100 – 100mm macro – Canon 5D M3
Interesting title, huh? In this case it was this one little butterfly that threw me entirely for a loop. When I was sifting through my photos of the butterflies this one caught my eye because of it’s wings; two different … Continue reading
In black and white; original color photo here. While butterflies normally – because of their beautiful colors – do not convert very well to monochrome, occasionally you may find one that does look fantastic in monochrome because of it’s colors … Continue reading
I believe this is a Clipper Butterfly (Parthenos sylvia) found in South and South East Asia. I’m always amazed at the patterns and colors on butterflies and moths. Many of my images are available as fine art prints. Click here … Continue reading