365 In Rural Ohio's PhotoBlog

Mount Vernon is at the intersection of two trails that make up part of the Ohio to Erie Rail Trail system. The Heart of Ohio Trail goes southish towards…

I came upon the beehives at Dawes Arboretum by wandering into the area sideways. I didn't see the "Employees Only" sign until it was behind me on my way out. …

I have a love/hate relationship with butterflies. They're gorgeous, of course. But they flit around way too fast and randomly for me to easily photograph. …

This little guy's shell was no bigger around than an egg, and he scooted away REALLY quick when he saw me looking.

Even though I've given up on my 365 project, I'm going to make an effort to post current photos as much as I can, occasionally going back further for photos…

So I had the best of intentions starting a 365 project. My very first post here explains my reasons for the project (gaining skill and moving out of my comfort…

At Wolf Run dog park in Mount Vernon, Ohio. Caught Jasper mid-goofyface. Much more dignified photo below. :)

One of the reasons I decided on a 365 project was to gain experience with and learn how to get the most out of the Nikon d7200 that my husband got me as an…

Not part of my 365, but I took this a few weeks ago at Dawes Arboretum in Newark, and I thought it was too cute not to post here.

This is a predatory wasp feeding on a grub in my backyard garden. He collected it from the underside of the basil leaf. Ick, right? But one less grub…

I discovered aphids on my tomatoes yesterday, so wish me luck with that. These are San Marzano paste tomatoes. It's a great variety of indeterminate tomato…

This is at Dawes Arboretum, just outside Newark, Ohio. A kid jumped over to a small engineered island in a lake in the Japanese garden. Once on the island, he…

My biggest challenge in photography is feeling outrageously conspicuous when I pull out my camera in public. Ridiculous, I know. But I miss opportunities,…
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