Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Wet Feet

I couldn't resist the temptation of sticking my piggies into the Atlantic. Just a month ago they were in the Pacific. Such a life!!
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The Water is Fine!

If you have ever been to Sand Beach at Acadia National Park you know the water is frigid. My daughter doesn't seem to mind.
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Thursday, May 10, 2007

Concert Bound

The two growing up sons.
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Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Spring Bursts

While on our daily walk today, my First Graders spotted these emerging leaf buds. I am blessed to have kids in my life as they help me notice details that are often missed in busy adult lives.
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I love the grainy quality of this shot.
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Tuesday, May 8, 2007


Here is a shot of our own Acadia National Park. Jamin is completing a task during the recent Junior Ranger Day. What a great time-salamanders and all.
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OK, OK I won't go on and on about the light, but...don't you love it?
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This tree is laden with the material that produces wicker. Was it the light and shadows that made the rainforest so intriguing?
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Almost Missed This!

This is a poison dart frog called a Blue Jean Frog. It was a little guy that I spied during quiet reflection in the rainforest.
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Monday, May 7, 2007


This is the first time I have witnessed an erupting volcano. It was actually rumbling too.
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Elizabeth is always color coordinated!
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A Rough Road Ahead

Some children in Costa Rica walk miles to school in the heat and rain.
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Again the lighting and shadows of the rain forest intrigue my mind and eye.
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Hard Little Workers

I was totally fascinated with the life of the cutter ants while visiting Costa Rica. This shot was taken by my dear daughter Gabrielle. Nice shot kid!
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One of My Favorite Things!

This is one of my favorite shots of the rainforest. This "barkless" tree is called a sura tree. I just love the shadows and the light.
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Questzal Quest

Guest photo by the wondrous guide and photographer, Richardo!