It’s mid afternoon here on the East Coast of the US … the last day of 2014. Many of you have already celebrated the end of the year and the beginning of 2015 … and many are getting ready to raise your glasses.
Whether you do so with family and friends … or whether you do so with your favorite dog or kitty by your side … or whether you’re alone in front of the tv … I’d like to wish you all, all good things in the coming year!!
It always seems a little odd to me how a picture can stick in my mind, and in my computer’s library, for years. Just … sitting there … being quiet … not causing any trouble. And year after year I’ll stumble over it … and sort of rediscover it. Pass it by … thinking to myself … “I’ve got to get that one out and play with it a bit. It has possibilities.” But more time goes by … the seasons change and I think to myself, “well, maybe I’ll play with it later.”
An old log home discovered on a sunny autumn ramble through the countryside of beautiful Pennsylvania, USA, has seen a lot of years.
Though the buildings are empty now, windows broken, leaning almost imperceptibly toward each other, I have the feeling this house and barn both saw a lot of love in their time. The location of the lovely trees in the front yard, the nearness of the barn, all speak of thoughtful caring. I wanted to point out, positioned on the side of the barn is a small birdhouse … looks like a bluebird box to me. If those who Read More on their blog
I finally got back to Conowingo Dam, in Conowingo, Maryland this past week. The location is a well known hang-out for American Bald Eagles during the months of November and December, and since I haven’t been able to get up there the past couple of years, I was pretty excited.
The weather was not very cooperative. Mostly overcast both days, flat light … and for some reason my trusty Nikon D300 camera and 150-500mm OS Sigma lens and I were at odds, so the several-hundreds of shots that I took resulted in only a few keepers.