The Week In Seven Photos

During a week where the smoky haze and cold temperatures were creating interesting sunrises, that I was finding difficult to capture, I realized that my camera and I are having relationship and communication issues and cannot reach an agreement on many important topics.  After arguing over our creative differences and proper settings, I finally gave…

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The Week In Seven Photos – 50 Word Story

The park ambassador quietly watches and listens all hours of the day. He wonders about the herons strong introvert spirit and the constant sandhill squawking. Always knows when Miss Cardinal is irritated and a new addition is roaming the land as gathering morsels of information has replaced days spent soaring.

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The Week In Seven Photos – 50 Word Story

One of those weeks just hanging around and wandering the paths under cool blue skies On an empty path there was the sudden desire to joyfully scream “PUMPKIN SPICE LATTE” and hear it echo across the lake as I enjoyed a delicious sip. Obviously this crabby fella isn’t a fan.

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The Week In Seven Photos

Imagination and escape became a theme in my life this week as I was not in the mood for the current reality. “If you want to escape this reality all you have to do is open a book and your imagination.” (unknown) Photography and books are wonderful avenues of escape as the cares of the…

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The Week In Seven Photos

I went old school this week listening to albums (ok, vinyl for some generations) on the new turntable, after I recently discovered sometime over the decades the old one gave up hope of ever being played again, and I’m amazed at how much I had forgotten about the experience.  It was shocking to discover after…

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The Week In Seven Photos

So much happening in the world this week and there was so little I actually wanted to talk about, which was a relief for the wildlife.  Feel like talking about the cancellation of the Big 10 college football season, the state of college and professional sports and, as a lifelong sports fan, my complete lack of…

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The Week In Seven Photos

One of those weeks with nothing going on, the minutes slowly inching by and to make the days even longer I decided to tackle the family project of learning how to wipe old computers and remove and destroy hard drives.  I will spare you the rambling in-depth description of how someone who knows very little…

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The Week In Seven Photos

During these topsy turvy days where confusion reigns I find myself desperate for facts and honest answers and thought I would go straight to the source and ask the chicken why she crossed the road and imagine my surprise when it swore and let me know “I’m a free-range chicken and I do what I…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Have you ever experienced the dreamy sensation of walking through a mystical door and discovering yourself on a path you’ve wandered before, but then suddenly you’re not really sure it’s actually you walking on that path since while the scenery is exactly as remembered, nothing about you feels or looks familiar.  Am I dreaming, did…

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The Week In Seven Photos

While wandering through my days this week, now permanently called “Someday, Noneday, Whoseday?, Whensday?, Blursday, Whyday?, Doesn’tmatterday” after reading an article in The New Yorker on the Lexicon For A Pandemic, I was reminded of my journey toward a simple lifestyle that began in the ’90s.  It would take another twenty years of making small and…

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