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Cottage Dreams

Many of my mornings at the cottage are spent on the dock right before and after dawn.  This rendering brings me to those quiet mornings experiencing the almost ethereal lake as it comes to life.   I really never print my photos but this one I had […]

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Lighting the Lamps

An astute friend knew I needed some photographic inspiration and shared an assignment she’s working on with her photography group.  The concept was to explore high contrast scenes which present mainly shadow and very little light. Her nudge was enough to get me thinking about […]


A Favorite from 2013

  I don’t generally get into contemplating my past work; I always seem to be trying to stay two steps ahead of everything else to take time for retrospection.  But,  my blogging friend Mike Attanasio issued a challenge to link to our favorite image of […]

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Through Kaladar

  My daughter went away to university this fall and when I drove her back to campus after her Thanksgiving visit home, I took a new (to me) route home.  A good choice for the colors were at their peak through much of this country.

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Je me souviens

The Parliament of Québec The building is like a piece of art and a history lesson all in one.  The facade has twenty four statues, all representing important figures in the history of the province.  Just above the main door are English General Wolfe and […]

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Hôtel du Parlement

The Parliament of Québec All the locals we talked to in Québec City boasted that it’s the most beautiful city in North America.  After spending a few days there, I’m inclined to agree and I’m chagrined that it took me so long to make my […]

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Early Summer Peonies

Peonies from the early summer garden fill the house with scent and and are crazily showy.  They are an old-fashioned flower to me, though, and this toning (done in onOne Perfect B&W) seems to fit really well.