Category Archive: Photography

Why I Never Get Anywhere Fast

Distractions abound…. So many pictures to take, so many things to research….

Savoring Spring

Here on the Gulf Coast, we usually only get about two days of Spring before jumping straight into six months of “Sauna,” but this spring we have had two months of absolutely lovely… Continue reading

Spring Discoveries

Did you know a turtle’s eyes are striped? Did you know baby mockingbirds have little hook-shaped ridges on the roof of their mouths? Did you know that mayflies are the only insect that… Continue reading

Mini Hill Country Trip and Two Lovely Ladies

I had to run up to the Hill Country this week – the trip is long and the days are short so I couldn’t get too many pictures, but here are a few.… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge – Thankful

I have always had terrible eyesight, so I am tremendously thankful for anything that helps me see.  Now with the help of a digital camera and a photo-editing program, I can see things… Continue reading

November Walk

Here on the Gulf Coast we don’t get the big masses of fall color that other regions do, but if you look carefully, there are many tiny treasures to be seen. And some… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge – Geometry

For this week’s photo challenge, I chose some pictures I took at Hoover Dam this spring.  They are not the best photos, but they do illustrate something I am interested in – the… Continue reading

Nature’s Spinners

This morning was misty, and I could see a huge spider web from all the way across the pond.  When I got out there with my camera, I saw lots of  webs of… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge – Happy

This week’s photo challenge is to include a gallery of 6 – 9 things that make you happy.  It is really hard for me to limit it to that!  But here are some… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge – Solitary

Every now and then I spend a peaceful afternoon wandering in an old cemetery.  This monument spoke to me of the idea of “solitary”, as it commemorates someone who died less than a… Continue reading