Monthly Archives: March 2012

Believe it or not, it’s still standing!!

Twice now, since I have started this blog, I have posted pictures of a little old house that stands beside the highway just south of our town.  Now I use the word “stands” loosely because it seems to be barely … Continue reading

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Mystery Photo #19

Do you know what the best part about the Mystery Photo is?  It means it’s almost the weekend. Yayyyyy!!!  But, before you get to kick back and relax, you need to use your brain a little bit more and figure … Continue reading

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Riding the rails through history

In the old days, a new railway could put a small town on the map.  This was definitely the case with Palmerston, Ontario.   Palmerston was non-existent until a Wellington, Grey & Bruce Railway (WG&B) route operating under contract to the … Continue reading

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Posted in Blogging, History, Ontario, Patterns, Perspective, Photography, Trains | Tagged , , , , , , , | 16 Comments

Visions of the past

Last Saturday we decided to get my son, Daniel, out of the house for a bit.  He was recovering well from his tonsillectomy, but he had been cooped up in the house for days, and I needed to see whether … Continue reading

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With arms wide open

To continue on with my subject from yesterday, another thing that I enjoyed searching for at the beach was starfish.  Many times they were missing arms or curled up, but with a lot of patience we were able to find … Continue reading

Posted in Beaches, Blogging, Isle of Palms, SC, Nature, Photo Editing, Photography | Tagged , , , , , , | 21 Comments

What do you see?

There are so many things to see on an ocean beach, especially if you explore with your eyes wide open and don’t just walk around oblivious to your surroundings.  It’s not just the sand and the water – it’s everything … Continue reading

Posted in Beaches, Blogging, Driftwood, Isle of Palms, SC, Nature, Photography | Tagged , , , , , , | 14 Comments

Combining Elements

As I mentioned the other day, we all have certain things that we are drawn to when we are out exploring with our cameras. I, for instance, love to photograph flowers and trees like this beautiful flowering cherry tree (I … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Blogging, Charleston, SC, Flowers, Trees & Grass, Photography | Tagged , , , , , , | 8 Comments

Signs of Spring

Although the premature heat wave this week has come and gone, there are still signs of Spring everywhere I look.  While home this week caring my son, I took time to wander around my yard and experiment with my camera’s … Continue reading

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Mystery Photo #18

Wow, this week has been so crazy that I kind of lost track of the days and almost forgot it was mystery photo day.  Never fear though, I remembered in the nick of time. This photo might puzzle some people. … Continue reading

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Stumped

I think all photographers, amateur or professional, have certain subject matter that they are constantly drawn to.  For instance, I love to photograph old, run down buildings, sunsets, waterfalls and wildlife, just to name a few. A more random concept … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Flowers, Trees & Grass, Hiking, Nature, Ontario, Photography, Summer, Water/Waterfalls | Tagged , , , , , , | 12 Comments