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September First

September First is a very important and celebrated day in Estonia — the first day of school. Flower shops lining the old cobblestone streets of Tallinn are very busy.  Every child, from preschool age through high school, was carrying a … Continue reading

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Pacific Lupine

In the southwest corner of Yosemite NP there is a small town named Wanona, CA.  I was doing a bit of exploring, which is a nice way of saying, “I was snooping around”. In the back of this broken down abandoned … Continue reading

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Two Ladies and a Rose

I like flowers.  I like all plants, especially those you can eat, and not-so-much those that make you itch or sneeze.  Like this yellow rose, e.g; beautiful, gorgeous, a sight to behold. But there is a limit to how long … Continue reading

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What Is It?

Anybody know what this flower is is called?  I took this picture about two years ago in the flower garden of a local Midwest newspaper columnist.  The plant is bush-like, standing approx. 3 ft. high, and apparently does well in … Continue reading

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Valentine Grunge

I found this bit of artistic expression on a residential street in Dingle, Ireland — a small coastal town near Dingle Bay.  It was raining, of course, so the only color that was reaching my lens was gray … until … Continue reading

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Flower Show

This is a photographer’s blog, so I guess there should be more photos than I’ve been putting up lately.  Last weekend I went to the annual flower show at St. Cecilia’s Cathedral. Whether you like flowers or not, the cathedral … Continue reading

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Burn Baby, Burn!

Prairie Burn Earlier this week I had the opportunity to document the controlled burning of 35 acres of native grasses and wild flowers.  What was once left to Mother Nature, with lightning strikes and wildfires, today’s prairies are nurtured with … Continue reading

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