Blogs I Follow
- Jacquie Robinson
- MaxReynolds: Sunrise, Sunset and other Visions
- In touch with Emma
- The View from Birchwood Hill
- Sarah F Burns
- Yasmin Rose
- martinis, bikinis, and lamborghinis.
- B O N G A N G ART
- T. James Moore
- stefanie robinson
- ElectricCoconut Designs ✦ SophyAmelia's Bustlin' Blog
- pgcps mess - Reform Sasscer without delay.
- Arise Bharat
- Trollboy's Blog
- squirrel and pear
- Dennis Witmer's Web Site
Tag Archives: nikon D3100
A trim, well maintained little chapel sits within in an old cemetery. A bench crafted from cedar driftwood lit by a brilliant sun. A sad gravestone chosen not for its advanced age, but for the message itself. I’ve kept this … Continue reading
Located at the northern end of Highway 35 is the town of Huntsville. It was there, in 1968, that I had the pleasure of seeing Sly and the Family Stone perform, which, of course, is a most memorable occasion. The … Continue reading
A bridge, a cluster of homes, cottages and businesses make up this tiny dot in the wilderness. You are looking at the entire village. Beside it runs Highway 35, a marvel of easy driving and one that figures heavily in … Continue reading
The genteel life in Ontario’s ‘near north’ is one enjoyed by millions every summer whether they are cottage owners or just renting for a week. People come from all over the world to enjoy the fresh air, forest, lakes and … Continue reading
A quiet scene in the Haliburton Highlands. The tourists and cottagers are gone now that the summer has ended and holidays are over, but it’s the best time for photographers to get out their equipment and head for the ‘Near … Continue reading
This small deer was and continues to be a snack for a pack of timber wolves. They can eat 20 pounds of meat at a sitting and nosh on the leftovers when they get the urge, even crushing the bones … Continue reading
Not too complicated, but just intricate enough for the intended result. I’m thinking simplicity again, though, much like the first in the series.
One solid day of sanding so far and yet another to go. This background is going to bring the tracks out very nicely, once it’s ready.