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This series finds us in McGregor, Minnesota at an Antique shop known as "Molly's Mess" housed in an old historic train depot. Molly confesses that she throws…

These were taken in the Askov, Minnesota cemetery. Intentional motion blur abstracts. A is for Abstract Photography. Comments welcome and appreciated...

Can't live without... SUNSHINE And the marvelous sunrises and sunsets it paints for our pleasure! These were taken behind our house looking across the field. I…

The elk horns look like tree brush from a distance. I spotted this male Ruffed Grouse on a log-drumming for mates. It's amazing how camouflaged they are in the…

A A panoramic view of reflections stitching 3-16:9 aspect ratio shots together. The white in the reflection is snow on the rocks across river. The right side…

Besides the snow melting and making a mess everywhere, this is my first sign of SPRING! The beautiful March sunsets have arrived! This is the view of last…

Peter's recent posts are inspiring me to take more Low Key Dark Photography photos. This series is of a woodcarving made for me by my late stepfather. Like him…

Nestled in the woods is this gorgeous hand milled/built Timber Frame Sugar Shack, belonging to my daughter's family. My son-in-law, a very talented craftsman,…

I went to the river to take photos- it was quite windy, so I decided to play with it and make some intentional motion blur abstracts. I'd like to hear your…

I noticed some new tiny frost in the bottom corner of our window. What a perfect opportunity to practice extreme macro, as it is back-lit a bit with the sun.…

Today my favorite flower will be the humble Kalanchoe blooming on our windowsill. It's my favorite because it's the only one in full bloom for today's theme. I…

Heidi Egerman in her Macro Romanesco Study blog asked if anyone used reverse manual lenses to take macro pictures. I am posting these pictures to illustrate a…
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