Tulip Study #1
My Florida photo group had an image challenge. Shoot a rusty thing. During a workshop downtown, one of the photographers wanted to use this as a prop. Voila! My rusty thing.
On the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum, Marian relives the movie, Rocky.
ND2_13269 - Dean Kathron
Dean Kathron in goal in a fiercely fought hockey game in Kanata.
Marian ascends the Richter Pass, during Ironman Canada.
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World Photography Day 2011
World Photography Day 2012
One of the things the pro photographers do when they're shooting is keep both eyes open. It helps avoid fatigue from shooting for hours, but also lets them see what is going on just outside of the frame.
World Photography Day 2013
World Photography Day 2014
Called the Super Moon because at about 356,000km, this is the closest it will get to Earth. This particular one is the closest since 1948. There won't be a similar one until 2034.
As we passed under the Skyway, there was just enough light left to catch this picture. As the ship went under the bridge, a long blast of the horn was sounded. Those of on the foredeck were certain that the stacks of the ship would be torn off by the bridge. It caused quite a stir.
DSC_13594 - North of the North Beach
Manatee with Calf
This Manatee was hanging around our dock on April 10. She appeared lethargic (but she is a Manatee). Today, April 11, she reappeared with a calf in tow!
This house is located on 64th Avenue, at Gulf Winds, which means that we walk by it on our way to the beach. I have always liked the evening play of shadow on the wall. This image does a pretty good job of giving back what I think I see and feel.
Eastern Gray Squirrel
We met Lacey at Fort De Soto, where we had gone in search of birds.
This shot is currently posted in Lacey, the Border Collie.
Anglican Church, Oso, Frontenac County
This is the Canada 150 tulip, bred for the 150th Anniversary of confederation.
Gull at Sunset
I was shooting the Tampa Bay Criterium (bike race) when a group walked nearby. Their id ribbons identified them as "thespians," and indeed we were half a block from the Tampa Theatre.
"Are you thespians?" I asked, restraining myself from explaining that I have thespian friends. I was greeted with this cheerful shot.
I have the world's largest collection of seashells. I keep it on all the beaches of the world... perhaps you've seen it. ~ Steven Wright
Everybody's weird. We should all celebrate our individuality and not be embarrassed or ashamed of it.
~ Johnny Depp
My classroom, probably in the Spring of 1962.
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