Monthly Archives: September 2011

Rain, rain, go away!

What to do about a “blip” on a very rainy afternoon? That was my dilemma today. Fortunately there was a tiny break in the downpour, so I dashed out and grabbed this picture. Otherwise, I would have been blip-less unless … Continue reading

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Fall is sneaking up on us!

Had more fun today, experimenting with close up filters on my camera. Put one on my camera and I can get much closer to the object I focus on. Stack two together and it is even closer. They are an … Continue reading

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Macro photography

The flowers won’t be blooming much longer, as I know I have mentioned in other posts, so today I bought a set of close up filters for my camera. They will make capturing flowers and such much more fun (and … Continue reading

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Recognize this animal?

This was the weekend for the annual Alpaca Farm Days. We discovered the event last year, so when September rolled around again, Bob and I headed out with my camera to Margery-Ray Alpacas on Girdled Road in Concord, where visitors … Continue reading

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Thankfully flowers!

It won’t be long until all the flowers fade, and we will like in a (mostly) black, white, and grey world. I am not looking forward to winter. Thankfully there are still some flowers left, and I’m hoping for gorgeous … Continue reading

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Flowers

For some reason, I’ve never been inclined to photograph flowers, but now that the blooming season is almost over, collecting some flower images feels much more urgent. I am not looking forward to the cold and colorless days ahead, so … Continue reading

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Did you ever?

Did you ever?

This is the face of a hungry goat, waiting for his supper. Did you ever see such a long face?

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