Sunlight and Mossy Rocks
MId afternoon sun on the stream that flows from Blanchard Springs.
posted on Oct. 30, 2010
White River from Gaston's Visitor Center
Tuesday morning I went to Bull Shoals Dam to try to get a shot of fog on the river as the sun came up. It was windy, so there was no hanging fog on the river,...
posted on Oct. 28, 2010
Sunlight On Shallow Water
The afternoon sunlight playing on the rocks on the bottom of this shallow creek made some really interesting designs!
posted on Oct. 27, 2010
A couple of these clues may be difficult if you live where there are no tornadoes. To see other clues, click here. [photoblog.com]
posted on Oct. 26, 2010
Big Cedar Lodge Artists
Last Saturday Brenda and I went to Big Cedar Lodge for a photo trip, and found that an artist's seminar was going on that day. Artists and their canvases were...
posted on Oct. 25, 2010
Little White Church
This old church was moved to Mountain Village 1890, a collection of old buildings from the Ozark mountains in Arkansas and Missouri. In its day, there were no...
posted on Oct. 24, 2010
This is a comparison of different shutter speeds to change the look of water flowing over and past a rock in the stream. Which do you like better?
posted on Oct. 21, 2010
Other particpants giving clues to the “Inspiration” can be found here. [photoblog.com]
posted on Oct. 19, 2010
Nelson's General Store
This is the original store built by my grandfather, G. N. Nelson at Buford, Arkansas. It was moved to Bull Shoals, Arkansas, in the 1950's, and became part of...
posted on Oct. 18, 2010
This is the same location of my post “North Fork of the White River” from a few days ago, but taken the next day later in the afternoon. The low West sun...
posted on Oct. 17, 2010
These flowers have brought us lots of joy and beauty during the summer, but with the nights getting cooler, our first frost is sure to end their growing season...
posted on Oct. 16, 2010
Be Patient or Be Puckered
The fruit of a persimmon tree is only edible after it has ripened and fallen from the tree. Trying to eat it too early will result in a terrible bitter taste...
posted on Oct. 15, 2010
Looking Up River
This is the same position as yesterday's post, only looking to the right (up river). The lighting was better, and produced better colors.
posted on Oct. 14, 2010