I hope you aren’t getting sick of my autumn photos… Anyway, I am going to repeat a few posted before, but add new ones. (Note – yes, in that photo at the top, that is how steep my back yard is – in places even steeper…)
All of these were taken in and around Wilton, New Hampshire in the last two weeks.
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On the 30th of August I did a long paddle on my kayak. I went up Bass River from close to Rt. 28 to Follins Pond with a few small detours both coming and going. The best detour was into Dinahs Pond, which can be seen from the highway, Rt. 6. About half of the shots on this post were taken there. Including the osprey with the needlefish, the osprey hitting the water and the cormorants.
Yes, I saw a lot of osprey that day! I took about 300 photos of osprey on that one paddle! I’m not sure if these are the best, but I do like most of them.
Yesterday I took a couple of hours and zipped through the hundreds of photos I have taken in the last few months. I didn’t look at every photo – I barely even glanced at the photos of flying osprey, of which there were hundreds, but grabbed one from this weekend: Continue reading →
I used to do a photo post at least once a month. I have done very few this year… I was taking a lot of pictures, but they were “rotting” on my computer, not even a glance of regret. And then I stopped taking them altogether. Why bother? So I took a lot of photos in Maine, mostly of my dogs ;)
There is a great view out of my in-laws window and I took quite a few photos from there, seeing all types of light. Continue reading →
I take so many photos and rarely take the time to go through them. I just downloaded about 250 more photos to my computer. Sigh. Some of them are nice, like the ones form the seal watch tour. Oh well, perhaps I will have time to look at them later. But here is a teaser – the photo at the top is of an osprey flying at sunset, the one below is a seal form pretty close up.
I used to do a lot of photo posts, but haven’t put many up recently. I have literally thousands of photos from 2018 and early 2019 that I have not even looked at let alone sorted and edited! over the last week I broke down and looked at the last few.
I spent the last week of June on Cape Cod. I worked half of the week and entertain guests, so I didn’t take a lot of photos that I can post, but there are a few, like this photo of my nephew fishing. Continue reading →
I have been to Paris three times and have spent almost 25 days there. My favorite part of the city is the Notre Dame Cathedral. While visiting, sometimes I would just sit in the little garden behind it and read or hang out. Very nice.
I am sure you have all been watching/reading the news. Such a terrible tragedy.
Here are just a few posts I have done on the city (I had over a half a dozen posts in 2015 alone):
Last weekend I was at my nephew’s wedding. The reception was held at my parent’s house. They set up a tent on their brick patio between their house and garage. The tent was fringed with small purple lights. Good thing, too! Well, not good about the purple lights, but about the tent. You see, it poured! Despite the rain, people used the tent as a dance floor. I tried to get some photos, but it was too dark. So I decided to have some fun instead.
These are pretty much straight from the camera. And no drugs were used in the making of the photos ;)
Last Monday I posted a bunch of photos I took of Osprey. All of these photos were taken in an hour. I was on Cape Cod on a “stay-cation” at my cottage for four days without any work. So what did I do for the other three days, 23 hours? Well, here are some more photos ;)
I have seen very few loon on The Cape. This time I saw several on two different bodies of water. I saw as many as three together and often saw two. I didn’t hear that call they make. Last year in Maine, at dusk, I sat and listened to loons call. It is a magical sound… However, at the end of April on Cape Cod, I did hear them “talk”. They made sounds back and forth. Very cool, if not quite the chilling call. Continue reading →