Category Archives: taking time to look

adventures in blue and yellow – now dry

but this time in paint. They change so much in the first 24 hours and of course scanning is better than handheld photos. First one is a quarter-sheet size – 12″ x 16″, second an eighth or so. Third one … Continue reading

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Light and Clouds

Today I saw an impressive cloud stack to the north while I was driving home: In my rear-view mirror I caught glimpses of the sun and clouds settling to a bright colorful show before sunset. All I could think was … Continue reading

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Morning

There is nothing like looking up and seeing a bald eagle fly over, (middle-bridge Brainard) gleaming in the bright morning light.  Later in my commute I spotted a pileated woodpecker flying over I-90 west of exit 6. 

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Behold! First Crocus!

I had just enough time to get the camera and take some pics before the wind started howling. Welcome in March! There are only a few species crocus that have put themselves into the front lawn. They’re tough birds but … Continue reading

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View to the East

Looking to the east around here often looks something like this: close trees, distant hills (right now with that just coming into pinky-pre-budding color) and then sky. I’ll take it. OK off to do some editing now on two projects.

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