It took an hour of tweaking camera adjustments to balance the ambient light with fill light. Argh! Hence the model that doesn't mind the 45 degree day and who…

If I approach Cocoa to give her a rub, she'll jump off the couch and complain about being disturbed. If I approach with a camera and a popping flash, she'll…

My husband Steve named him after the character on Star Trek. He and his brothers had been found as strays and were bottle fed by the wonderful people at the…

Caught in the front yard this evening. Every few moments the sun peeked from behind the clouds and turned one of the petals gold.

Where's winter? I love it when the snowflakes finally drive away the humid, oppressive heat of summer. This year, winter has been unbearably mild. This…

I've posted a few other pictures of this plaque. This morning was different, however, as it was the 70th anniversary of the day it commemorates. The wreath…

Fitting that the park - dedicated to “the first native son of Moorestown killed in WW II” - put on its colors for Veterans Day.

My husband and I celebrated our 19th wedding anniversary (Nov 7) by doing nothing much, just relaxing over the weekend. We took a walk around the neighborhood…

There was frost on the ground this morning, when this picture was taken. I realized after working on it later that the frost had melted on this plant and left…

After a little snow and lots of cold sleet yesterday - we missed the worst of a nor'easter - the sun came back out and fall resumed.

This little lake isn't far from the house, but just far enough to make passing it by all too easy on the commute home. Time to go take a look!

It was gray, gray and more gray as I took my brief walk this morning up the hill. I walked down with my back to the blocked sun and wondered how it would have…

Steve and I trekked to the other side of Philadelphia today. It had been overcast with dark rolling clouds. On our way home we stopped at Maggiano's, an…
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