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“April showers, bring May flowers”. We are having an extraordinary years for Spring garden color this year. Ample rain, alternating with 70F to 80F days certainly turns the Appalachian Mountains into a hot-house. Or, as I said to the Mrs. … Continue reading
My cousin envisioned the music at the festival we attended this weekend. Words and photographs convey some ideas, but not the sounds. Unless one is a singer, all of this music comes from the musicians’ hands manipulating the instruments. While … Continue reading
Continuing on my theme of color, when we attended the annual rodeo Saturday, I had in mind to take images that captured the subtle colors of the riders, bulls, and horses: boots, designs on chaps, tassels on vests and gloves, … Continue reading
To continue on my themes of wildflowers and color, I had my camera along when we took a day hike at Blackwater Falls State Park in West Virginia. The rhododendrons were opening. We spent the morning hiking on one of … Continue reading
We came upon these white colored wildflowers in June. We were hiking in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains at Rock Creek Lake, Devil’s Postpile to Rainbow Falls, Bodie State Historic Park, Panum Crater and Mono Lake, and over Tioga pass.
We came upon these blue to purple colored wildflowers in June. We were hiking in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains at Rock Creek Lake, Devil’s Postpile to Rainbow Falls, Bodie State Historic Park, Panum Crater and Mono Lake, and over … Continue reading