Camellia's posts from September 2019

(Part 1) Route 66 is the most famous road in America. Generations of travelers have romanticized this highway as a symbol of unlimited mobility and freedom of…

(Part 2) Two American icons intersect in the heart of the Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area: Abraham Lincoln and America’s mother road Route 66. Traversing…

(Part 3) Route 66, stripped of its signs and removed from highway maps, appeared destined to become a forgotten footnote in history. Almost 2,500 miles of…

Today's topic is the perfect lead into my next adventure. Time to GO! I will be traveling down under for the next several weeks. Therefor, I have given myself…

These two were way up there on a building and bickering like mad. One of them tried to get the other to STOP, but he just wouldn't. Finally, one flew away, and…

Sadly, the leaves are starting to change, a true sign of autumn which will then be followed by winter. Is there any place that will take my weather…

You look out the window and see a sight that just calls for the camera to come out. Out it comes. You take the shot. Later you think, OK I can play with this a…

Sometimes my eyes are not as cooperative as I would like them to be. In the case of the above photo, I tried auto focus, but it just wasn't focusing, so switch…

I have spent, literally, the last few days watching these guys. I first noticed them last week when one of them was running around our front door step. At first…

I know it's more than just leaves....more like trees. But you know, one can stretch the challenge a bit 😎

Since one of my favorite pass times is taking candid photographs, I found the events scheduled for Rochester's 150th birthday a perfect opportunity to practice…

Black Mission figs are one of my most favorite types of fruit. I had not seen any around my area for...forever. When I saw that Trader Joe's had brought some in…

Last weekend, as the town of Rochester commemorated its sesquicentennial, 150 years since it was incorporated, birthday, The Old Stone House was opened for…
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