Sunrise Fog On The River
As the sun rises, the fog creeps down the river like a soft, white blanket that will temporarily hide this boat dock and the world from view.
posted on May 31, 2010
Norfork Dam - North Fork of the White River
We spent the Memorial Day weekend with my daughter and her family at a fishing resort about 1/4 mile below this dam, which is on the North Fork of the White...
posted on May 30, 2010
Shooting Shooters Who Are Shooting Something Else
Brenda (djnana) and I may be out of internet range for a couple of days, so here are some “advance shots.”
posted on May 29, 2010
Old Covered Bridge
I found this old covered bridge in Ponca, Arkansas, that my son had photographed before. Mid-day light wasn't ideal, but still got some decent shots of the...
posted on May 28, 2010
Buffalo National River Wilderness Area
My son John and I stopped along the road to capture this shot. He went down in the weeds, but I stayed near the road. The shot he got is here. [photoblog.com]
posted on May 27, 2010
Wednesday Theme - Small Detail
It's easy to walk through life and never notice the wonderful (small) things that decorate the path along the way. Photography is a great hobby that helps us...
posted on May 26, 2010
Tuesday Inspiration - So Many!!!
Last week's “inspiration” was “across the border” and was suggested by Sandra (Ryana). These may be posting clues to this week's “inspiration” on their May 25...
posted on May 25, 2010
Mills Cabin - Ponca, Arkansas
Here's where we stayed this weekend with our son, John, his wife, Allison, and two daughters, Emma and Brooklyn.
posted on May 24, 2010
Looking past my first cup of morning coffee into the woods from the front porch of an old cabin near Ponca, Arkansas.
posted on May 23, 2010
Heading Out - Hiding Out
We're going to be in the Buffalo River National Forest for the next couple of days with my son and his family. While we're there, we'll be without internet...
posted on May 22, 2010
When Photobloggers Meet . . . .
Djnana (Brenda) and LookAgain (Marsha) met face to face, er, uh, camera to camera in Silver Dollar City Tuesday morning. The result was what you would expect...
posted on May 21, 2010
The Potter's Hands
So I went down to the potter's house, and I saw him working at the wheel. But the pot he was shaping from the clay was marred in his hands; so the potter...
posted on May 20, 2010
Mystic1 Theme - Vertical
I didn't have any ideas on this theme, so I opened the blinds on the patio, hoping that staring outside would help - but no ideas were forthcoming, so no clever...
posted on May 19, 2010
Tuesday Inspiration - You're Going Where?
Last week's Inspiration was “renewal.” The following may be posting for May 18 for this week's “inspiration.” Check out their posts for more clues. CathyB...
posted on May 18, 2010
Photomerge of the Same Shot
This afternoon I played around with (#1) a RAW shot of sunrise at the Grand Canyon, then (#2) increased the exposure by 1.50 and saved it, then (#3) decreased...
posted on May 17, 2010
Giving a Cup of Water
Dirty water is one of the world's leading child-killers. Providing access to clean water, improved sanitation, and hygiene can reduce a community's child death...
posted on May 16, 2010
Next Fall's Pinecones
When the early morning sun hits this white pine tree, I'm always fascinated with the way the light plays on the branches.
posted on May 15, 2010
Becoming . . .
This geranium bloom will be in full bloom in a few more days, and will be a ball of solid red.
posted on May 14, 2010
Bearded Iris are extremely delicate, and their blooms only last for a few days, but they are so exotic looking and beautiful! I look forward to seeing them...
posted on May 13, 2010
Wednesday Theme - Simple Joys
These simple joys are a few of my favorite things. . . [youtube.com]
posted on May 12, 2010