This is an attempt to pare down the huge number of my favorite photographs to a reasonable number. These are the favorites of my favorites.
Don’t ask me what makes a picture an all-time favorite. I might really like the picture, it might hold a special memory, or who knows…
Unrequited Joy. Once again, photographically, 'Sappho' and 'The Bubble' stole the show. [3 pictures]
R&R - Rest and Recuperation. Gary looks out over the Piney Creek Arm of Table Rock Lake. [2 pictures]
Decimation. The lower ground alongside the creek took quite a beating during the recent rain and this area must have looked very impressive when Woods Fork flooded. [3 pictures]
Edge - Getting near the glades on the Busiek Red / Yellow Trail. [4 pictures]
Overlooking Woods Fork. At the top of the ridge of the Yellow/Silver trail I've noticed a side-trail. [4 pictures]
Beginning of the Hike [2 pictures]
One of my favorite pictures from today’s hike.
Saturday I attended a Christian Formation meeting at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Clinton. [6 pictures]
Inner circle, outer circle, circle of friends, circle of trust, running in circles, circles ... everywhere.
This photograph is begging to have its story told. Which is appropriate given the name of the venue - Storybook Barn. I wonder what the story might be?
Unfortunately this gallery was closed. It made up for it by making a great picture though.
The Bubble. Artist: Harriet Whitney Frishmuth (1880 - 1980). Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. [2 pictures]
Working in the dark provides its challenges and rewards. I came to Crystal Bridges hoping to be inspired, I was. [4 pictures]
When I noticed the sunlight dappling the flower I decided to take the picture, no matter how twee hibiscus flower pictures are. Thinking about it; for a better shot I should have got the sunlight in the background behind the... Continue Reading →
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