Monthly Archives: March 2011

My camera is back from the shop!

My camera was in for repairs, although there was nothing “broken,” it just wasn’t quite right. They replaced some bits and parts which leads me to believe that I was correct in my assessment. The pix from the range yesterday were much better from a camera performance standpoint. This morning I grabbed some flowers from […]

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Mike Blanchard - March 15, 2011 - 10:23 pm

I like the quiet and subdued light. Lovely colors. Very pleasant image.

Chris - March 13, 2011 - 11:45 am

Just Beautiful!!!!! I love Double Delight roses! Have one in the front yard. Just a baby yet since it’s only in its second year with us. Can’t quite identify the yellow one but it sure is pretty!

Quick Snaps

Getting out of the car at home this afternoon, I heard that familiar “honk, honk, honk” and I don’t mean cars!! Rising from the lake and coming over the trees was yet another flock of geese. I quickly shot and did get a few. One I treated to an old grain black and white treatment, […]

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Chris - March 5, 2011 - 7:25 pm

Geese are pretty…..if they don’t live in your front yard!! I think the only worse is pigeons! Maybe only because there are so many more of them We blast the ones that try to move in here with a water jet when we hear them on the roof. Funny thing……they haven’t come back but live in the nook & crannies of the houses on either side of us! You know me……I like the color pic better!!

First Spring Practice!

The skies are still gray and the grass is still dull brownish but spring must have arrived since today was the first practice of the season. Only a few kids were there, these are some shots of Kyle and a couple of his friends. It should be a fun season–hopefully it will get warmer! Click […]

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Chris - March 5, 2011 - 7:28 pm

Good pitch, Kyle! Mom got the car stocked with blankets & snackies? I still remember that cold wind and that was in April last year! No coaches? How is that possible? Don’t these kids need some kind of guidance? Strange.

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