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Welcome to the ongoing series called Tuesday Travelogue. We are in our 141st week!Each week, some ActiveRain bloggers are spotlighted to take us somewhere we may not have been on some kind of virtual travel (and it doesn't cost a dime!). Here is the purpose:   to enjoy the ride""take a trip witho...
10/31/2017
  This was taken years ago as an experiment for Halloween, back in 2014. I’m not a fan of my own selfies. Much rather be behind the camera! But…I did have great fun creating this and am a big fan of trees (my Pinterest board)! Even if being obscured by one. NO problem. Happy Halloween, everyone! ...
10/30/2017
2017 Photography Contest-My Strange Fascination The art of creating a spider web, much like a snowflake, is individual and a stunning work of nature in its ability to “bring it” without any human intervention. No maps or directions needed for an individual spider to make the most intricate of geo...
10/29/2017
    While attending a home inspection of my buyer’s, I happened to go outside for a moment to enjoy Fishhawk Creek, the property's boundary that also feeds Fishhawk Lake. This view presented itself to me. I didn’t have my camera, so I told the home inspector (who is also a homeowner at Fishhawk L...
10/28/2017
Many years ago, when I had the time to experiment with my photography, this was one of those simple photos that I spent copious amounts of time "playing" with different effects.  It started out as a simple chair with rungs, and its shadow being cast onto a tile floor with afternoon sun reflecting...
10/27/2017
   This was part of a lakefront listing of mine and the owners decided to list in December, not always the best time for lakefront landscapes to “shine”. This exterior shot was one of their views and the misty fog was meandering its way through the treetops across Fishhawk Lake. I didn’t do much ...
10/26/2017
Years ago while walking down a boardwalk in Astoria, Oregon, there happened to be many occasions for a photo op. Usually being a photographer of nature and landscapes, this offered a different opportunity. Little people, ambling by with their parents and dogs of all shapes and sizes passed by me ...
10/25/2017
Welcome to the ongoing series called Tuesday Travelogue. We are in our 140th week!Each week, some ActiveRain bloggers are spotlighted to take us somewhere we may not have been on some kind of virtual travel (and it doesn't cost a dime!). Here is the purpose:   to enjoy the ride""take a trip witho...
10/24/2017
Back before 1967, when the original developer of Fishhawk Lake was interested in creating a man-made lake community, Mr. Brown approached Mr. Watson and asked if he could put a lake on/near some property that Mr. Watson owned. Mr. Brown promised to move this very cabin if Mr. W would let him proc...
10/23/2017
This is Flower. She is a "mini", a smaller breed of horse. It was nearing sunset at the Berg farm, where I had my horse boarded, several years ago. She really wanted me to pay attention to her.  With her disheveled hair and the whites of her eyes showing, she has somewhat of a wild look to her, w...
10/20/2017
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