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Monthly Archives: September 2010
I like finding faces in ordinary things. Do you see them?
Some of these photos were a little tricky because out here, people think you are just taking photos of the landscapes and the beauty and they say, “Oh, I’m sorry, Let me get out of your picture.” On more than … Continue reading
There are little differences in the three wide landscape photos and I like each for different reasons. The biggest difference between them is where they were shot. The first was done standing at the edge of the cliff next to … Continue reading
I spent a couple of hours walking around Camden this afternoon. I found that the Camden Public Library is new-ish (1996) and has a lovely garden in its backyard. These are some of the details from the garden – again … Continue reading
On Saturday afternoon I drove up the coast to go see what I could see. I saw the sign for the Breakwater Lighthouse and decided to take the turn.
Another edition of “Like this or like that?” from Lincolnville, Maine.
Everywhere in life we get to choose a path. Mine led me to Portland for the fall and on my walk last night I found the railroad tracks. I walked along them for a bit only to find that they … Continue reading
On the Eastern Prom here in Portland I found a war memorial that has been redone and kept by the community and dedicated to soldiers who died in the War of 1812. There are markers that act as headstones – … Continue reading
I really like taking pictures of details and little things – like flowers and bugs – and well, while these are pretty and almost arty, I want them to be crisper. And I think a macro lens would do that. … Continue reading