Monthly Archives: May 2013

Neon at Twilight

Even the most mundane buildings like this convenience store can provide an interesting image if you catch it in the right light. Click for enlargement. For tech info …

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Back Shooting in the Dog Park

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With the addition of a new dog in our family, I’m back at the dog park almost daily, and usually I pack the camera.  Here are the most recent victims.  Salt and Pepper have same owner, as do to the … Continue reading

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Five Pounds Of Maltese Love

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We got our new dog yesterday. He spent his first 8 months in a puppy mill, and the last month in a wonderful dog shelter called Canine Estates, in Palm Harbor, Florida. Perhaps you recall the viral video of love-sick … Continue reading

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Those Balmy Summer Evenings

Memorial Day weekend started out beautiful on Florida’s west coast. The string of barrier islands that lie off the coast of St Pete/Clearwater stretches for some 50 miles. The pass from the inland bay to the Gulf separating Madeira Beach … Continue reading

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Little Girls

Little girls are so sweet.  It’s really hard to take a bad picture.  This precocious little tyke was concentrating on a contest to build a stack of blocks higher than her head.

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A Walk In The Sunshine

A late afternoon stroll in the May sunshine is a pleasure in most places, but the Dunedin Causeway near my home is a favorite.  To the north is a beautiful spray of flowers and palm trees. On the south side … Continue reading

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Breakfast with Bunnies

I had a special treat with my morning cuppa joe, today.  Grazing in the grass under my kitchen window were two baby rabbits. I had to shoot through glass and a screen so the focus is a little soft, but … Continue reading

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