Monthly Archives: April 2013

Spring: Magnolia

It was a wicked winter that didn’t want to let up. It’s be cold for way longer than it should have been. Flowers that usually would have bloomed a month ago just erupted…and erupted is not a bod word. Erupted, … Continue reading

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Yellow: Lemon

Self explanatory! Taken with the LensBaby Muse.

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Yellow: Forsythia

The forsythia bloomed late this year, but it made up for it with exuberance. The yellows were so intense: the bushes seemed to glow. Taken with the LensbabyMuse, double glass optic; filters applied in PSE 10.

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Yellow: Daffodils

Something that might–with generosity–be termed “spring” is finally creeping into New England. There is an explosion of yellow, especially in daffodils like these. Taken with the Lensbaby Muse, double glass optic

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Wildlife: Hawk

Unfortunately, all the wild animals at Hungerford Nature Center have been too injured to be able to live in the wild. There is still a wild look in this hawk’s eye. It reminds me of Cully, the mad captive hawk … Continue reading

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Wildlife: Alligator

This alligator is just a small young’un, but already there’s a cold predatory look in its eye.

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Mourning for Boston

I know my theme for this week is Wildlife, and I have several more photos to share. But my heart is just not in it tonight. As a resident of new England, I just feel shattered: first the Newtown massacre, … Continue reading

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Wildlife: Owl

One of my favorite books in the whole world is T.H. White’s “The Once and Future King.” Early on, the future King Arthur meets Merlin & his owl, Archimides. Merlin tells young Wart, “Owls are among the most courteous, single-hearted … Continue reading

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Water: Goose

A Canada goose floats on the surface of Paper Goods Pond in the early evening of early spring. Taken with the Lensbaby Muse.

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Water: Waterfall

This is the dam that forms Paper Goods Pond. Taken with the Lensbaby Muse.

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