Flowers—Lines—Ice

Posts tagged “Nature Photography

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Drop-laden leaf

Glistenings from Morgan’s garden.


Dandelion #4

I know I’ve mentioned this before, but when you start looking at dandelions up close, you begin to see (or “imagine,” if you insist) that they have different “personalities.”  There are “the divas,” “the eccentrics,” “the introverts,” “the lunatics,” … and on and on.  And each one dies in a way reflective of the nature with which it lived. Or so I like to pretend, at least, when I take their portraits.

This one makes me smile.  I think it is fairly stubborn. Maybe “head-strong” would be a good description.


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Dandelion #3


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Maple Seed Cluster

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Arachnean Fluff

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This Haggard Frame

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Arctic Bubbledom

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An image I came across looking through an older file of photographs of my beloved pond, where I was unable to return over the holidays this winter.  I’ve posted many images of the frozen pond here, but I have hundreds more in my archives. I never cease to be fascinated by the formations that bubble up in that pond in winter.  I miss my ice bubbles.


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“Releaf” (an experiment)

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Crowd

crowdMushrooms in groups like this always seem like they’re having a party to me.


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A Little Gathering (and a break from the ice)

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Twilight at the Shore

Twilight on the ShoreVery unusual for me to post a seascape photo.  I always feel out of my element with such expansive imagery. But who goes to the beach and doesn’t take pictures of the water?


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Enchanting Imperfections

Enchanting Imperfections


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Algae II, a Gash in Stone

Algae II, a Gash in Stone


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Algae (a portrait of sorts)

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