PHOTOGRAPHS AND PHILOSOPHIES

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Mother

Mother

Nursery Web Spider with her Brood.


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Melting Teeth

Melting Teeth

The thaw begins


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Chimney Bricks

Chimney Bricks

Top of decaying chimney – Penn Yann, NY


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Dark Space

Dark Space

A long time to decay……6 months to collapse.
This is the only side still standing.


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Over Under

Over Under


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Monolith

Monolith


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Dark Ice

Dark Ice

Between Winter Storm Euclid and Winter Storm Freyr, we had ice.


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Between the Snow

Between the Snow

Another unusual January “thaw” melts the winter away. The marsh is captured in gold and blue.
We’re waiting for the snow fall.


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January Water

January Water

Turbulence.


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In the Red

In the Red

Cardinal searches for food by local church. Green moss and grass made for a very “Christmas-like” color combo. Taken Dec. 20. The snow came a few days later.


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Winter Faery, Frozen Soul

Winter Faery, Frozen Soul

Mischief comes in the darkness of night
Awakened Imps frolic and take flight


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Icicle

Icicle

While the weather held up, before the heat returned, a sliver of winter made its presence known.


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Faerie Offering

Faerie Offering

Waiting for the wee little people to join me.


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Sulphur Shelf

Sulphur Shelf

Otherwise known as Chicken of the Woods.


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Abandoned Building

Abandoned Building

Former Nyseg station – Penn Yan NY


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Lemon Drop Lollipop

Lemon Drop


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Perfection Need Not Be “Perfect”

Flare of fuchsia on tattered dragonfly wing.
August 5th, 2012. Gifts from the Universe.


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Wandering Cloud

Wandering Cloud

Between two rainbows.


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Sunset Rainbow

Rain / Rainbow

If not for clouds, how would we see such things?


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Strange Growth

Strange Growth

Unusual fungi in the forest.


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Full Moon Rising

Full Moon Rising

First full moon of August 2012


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Night Fish

Night Fish

Small trout, startled by spot light, 2am.


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Cooler now

Cooler now

Hiding in the muck, some water remains.


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Remnants

Remnants

Water, soil, leaves – some dead from last fall, others green from this summer. So much life scattered about. If only I had a microscope, I’d take a look at what lives inside that one drop.