Category Archives: Foliage and Landscape

Crescent Moon

June 17, 2018 My sister-in-law was over for dinner and a movie tonight; As we walked outside a crescent moon was shining over the neighborhood. I ran in and got my tripod and camera. And a black-and-white version This was … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Flowers

May 29, 2018 A couple of weeks ago – May 13 to be exact – it seemed our whole neighborhood was in bloom. I wandered around with my camera.¬†Things got busy – we went to the Oregon coast and I … Continue reading

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Maui!

April 22 ==> 28, 2018 We’ve been to Hawaii a few times – the last time was 2006 when we celebrated a milestone anniversary. We told each other we shouldn’t wait so long to go again; well we did. But … Continue reading

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Tualatin Wildlife Refuge

April 21, 2018 A couple of buddies and I went out to the local wildlife refuge today. Even though trains don’t roll through it – like the Ridgefield Refuge – there was plenty to see. Jay is updating his plant … Continue reading

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Garfield Park Conseravtory – Chicago

On our Chicago trip today we went with our son (our daughter-in-law had performances all day) and grandsons to the Garfield Park Conservatory in west Chicago. It’s a huge building with lots of different temperature and humidity controlled rooms for … Continue reading

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Hood Canal and Port Townsend

March 10-12, 2018 Be prepared – there are a LOT of pictures in this post. We got lucky with the weather and I couldn’t stop clicking the shutter. We went up to Port Townsend, Washington with our neighbors/friends for a … Continue reading

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Late Winter Sunset

It appears as though winter may be loosening its grip; we enjoyed a sunny somewhat warm day. As we were eating dinner we were transfixed by the light on the trees in the green space behind our house. The sun … Continue reading

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