Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

Fauna. You won’t find a much more delicate creature roaming the forest floor than the juvenile Eastern Newt, commonly known as the red eft. This little guy (gal?) was only about 2 in. (5cm) and very hard to miss, with such bright orange skin, as I was strolling along the trail. The adults are much… Read More

Sunday’s Hidden Treasure.

Awaiting The Launch. Not long after sunrise, large groups of photographers gather for the morning launch of the hot air balloons at the 2010 Pittsfield, NH Hot Air Balloon Festival.   Canon EOS 1D Mk IIN Canon EF 50mm f1.4 iso 100, 6 seconds @ f11

Waist Deep in Water Lilies.

Wading In A Sea Of Pink, White, And Green. This post is also serving double duty as my entry this week in the Weekly Photo Challenge. This weeks theme is “Inside.” The image below shows the outside of a soon to bloom fragrant water-lily. The image following that one shows the “Inside.” See, pretty sneaky… Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

The Challenge That Wasn’t. Since it seems there is no “official” weekly challenge forthcoming from the powers that be at WP, Ailsa over at Where’s My Backpack? decided to throw down the gauntlet and present us with one.   http://wheresmybackpack.wordpress.com/2012/05/12/reflections/ Reflections. Here are a few of mine. Pink Fragrant Water Lily. Boathouse, Chocorua Lake. Masts In The… Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: Journey

I got nothin’ At least I thought I didn’t. I was really drawing a blank for this week’s challenge. In fact I had pretty much given up and was looking forward to Friday for the next challenge so I could redeem myself. Thanks to Paula, from Lost In Translation, who gave me a “motivational push,” I… Read More

Doing The Happy Dance

Time to gloat. Sorry, I can’t help it. For those of my blog followers not following me on Facebook as well, (we’ll get to the why on THAT in the future :-)), I just had to share this. I have just received what I consider a glowing critique of one of my favorite photographs from… Read More