Sunday, February 27, 2011



The scene from Seawall Picnic Area in the dead of winter. Quite lovely, really.
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Monday, February 21, 2011

Off to Catch the Big One


It was so windy in the valley on the lake that this image looks a bit blurry with the snow being blown in every direction. We watched dozens of mini-tornadoes on the lake in the hour or so we were there.
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Sunday, February 20, 2011

Wintery Flare


I must admit, I love flare. It energizes a shot. And...reminds us what a gift the sun is to us on earth.
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Late Afternoon on the Lake


There is a certain calm and quiet that comes when darkness begins to appear.
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A Day of Skating: Baby and Me


Eagle Lake-February 2011
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Saturday, February 12, 2011



Place is an important element in my life-it always has been. The careful placement of my feet as I walk the salty riverlets that run over the sandbar at Camp Ellis to my hand grasping the rough granite as I carry my body to the summit of Sargent, Schooner Head or Beech Cliff. The solid quiet of frozen Eagle lake. The calm is absorbed. Place reminds that the universe has provided me with all that is necessary. I must recognize and receive all that is good.

Guest Photographer: Family
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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Wittle Car


There really is a car under all this snow...buried.
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Blind Vision


Visiblity? ZERO.
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Clearing Away





Kudos to the road crew. Hour after hour, they are devoted to clearing the way for those that must be on the road. The conditions out there are brutal. I had a big idea that I would venture down to the cove, but the wind was biting, blowing into my face making the shoot impossible. Instead, on the way home...I met the plow.
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JUST Swinging Free


This chime hanging in the tree is just swinging free inches away from being mired in the mounds and mounds of snow.
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The Holder


This evergreeen seems to be the holder of all the recent storms.
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