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Here in this part of Arizona winter (snow) weather is rare indeed, but evening temperature's can drop into the low teens at night. We have had some pretty cold…

This week's 52 frame challenge required that we try something new. Something we have not done before. Some of the ideas they suggested were: - A new photo…

I entered a project some years ago to create six pictures to represent a favourite book. I chose Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut. 1. "Making that cat's cradle was…

Out for a walk at the start of the year. It was a frosty morning and I took plenty of shots. I thought I would share these with you. The first is the walkway…

There has never been a day where we regretted going on a nature hike... no season where we found the weather too daunting to enjoy the experience... Friday was…

Some days are just right for freezing bubbles—magic. Today was good and cold. A little too windy and wet, but I guess it came out all right.

Nature is a better artist than I am. But nature is not giving me much to work with this winter, so I have the winter blues. Lacking in opportunities for wintery…

Early morning trip into Teton National Park. Morning started well before sunrise and a drive on snow packed roads. My goal was a sunrise shot of the famous…

Cottonwood Lake in the Collegiate Range is fun to visit in any season. This area is popular with fishermen, hikers, campers, picnickers, and photographers. None…

I love the icicles and all the other patterns that a blanket of snow creates. It doesn't get above freezing temperatures all week, but the bright sun still…

We continue on into Winter The storm grows overhead, dusting our town in snow and leaves before the sun rises. We wake and stare in awe. They say more is to…

How about a bowl of Ben and Jerry's Chocolate Brownie Fudge, actually just 4 oz, yeah for me for practising restraint!!! Used two different bowls trying to…
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