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I’ve been on various sized boats, I tried to wind surf (that ended in a near concussion) but I’ve never gone canoeing, surfing, tubing or jet skiing. I tried water skiing once on the Mississippi River…never doing that again. NEVER! … Continue reading
Tell me what you think you see in this image I took at Mud Lake in Colorado. Teri 📷
Well that got your attention didn’t it? When I, Ingrid and Nancy went hiking it was a marvelous day spent with friends. I shall confess that they are far far more adept at hiking than I am, then again look … Continue reading
The Schnormeier Gardens in Gambier, Ohio were a wonderful opportunity, thanks to my photography club, to see something that I would probably never have gotten to experience otherwise. As we leave the gardens here is one of the many statues … Continue reading
Past all of the previously shown gardens is the focal point of the property, this Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home. I didn’t get the full width of the home in this shot but just one end of it as I … Continue reading
A selfie, the view from behind the teahouse and a busy rhododendron hopping bee.
I didn’t take a photo of the waterfall here as several of my companions had already camped out there; there were others further along that I was able to capture. Instead I headed toward this red Chinese bridge near the … Continue reading
Recently my photography group had the privilege of visiting this 75 acre property of gardens. The owners have been building these since 1996 in the hills of central Ohio. As stated, they are private and are only opened to the … Continue reading