Tag Archive: nature photography


My friends, Dick and Lina, took a cruse to Antarctica. I saw maybe 50 of the hundreds of photos he took. I could have asked for at least at least twenty of them… Continue reading

Signs of Spring

I took my first walk in 60F sunshine and saw the first signs of spring. Two ducks waiting for the snow to melt so they can make their nest and lay eggs.

Good Morning

This morning, I woke to a Robin chirping nearby. A good sign that Spring is coming. I’m told that he is nesting and calling for a mate to join him. Does anyone know… Continue reading

Fruit of the Lake

As I’ve been walking more and taking photos, I’ve learned there are fruit trees and vines around my backyard pond. Unfortunately, I don’t think they’re edible. I labeled the first two I know.… Continue reading

Sunday Trees: Little Sapling

Papa tree stands tall and strong and out of his root comes his little sapling ready to spread his branches. Sunday Trees is a blog dedicated to the beauty of trees.

One Park at a Time: Tiny Wild Flowers

I posted photographs I’ve taken over the years of Silver Lake View. I like to roam the country side and explore parks. But this summer, I stayed home walked around the Silver Lake… Continue reading

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Prince of the Mound

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge topic is shadows and reflections. I choice Reflections.

Sunday Trees: 452

This is Sunday Trees hosted by Becca Givens. This tree has fallen over and has become a great place to sit an sun oneself.  

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Letter R

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is the Letter R – at least six letters the letter R in the word. Here is my entry:  a mother duck and her eleven… Continue reading

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Benches

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is Benches. Cee’s photos. My entry:

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