Monthly Archives: November 2012

Today’s Photo: The Western Thatching Ant Home

We were driving back from Fort Lewis a few days ago and my wife spotted one of the giant ant hills we’ve seen for years that was being overgrown with greenery.  We quickly turned around and stopped near the area … Continue reading

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Digital Native or Digital Immigrant

In Glen Rand’s “Capture“, he makes an interesting point that when trying to understand how digital photography works, you’re either a “Digital Native” or a “Digital Immigrant”.  “Digital Natives” used technology as their first “camera”, whether a phone, digital point … Continue reading

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Today’s iPhone Photos: Kent Train Station at Night

I worked late tonight and arrived at the Kent Train Station much later than usual. It had stopped raining and as I looked around, I saw photo opportunities just waiting for me. I braced the iPhone 4S against a pole … Continue reading

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November Photos from Different Times

It’s been hectic and I’ve not had a lot of time to go “photo hunting” this fall.  My wife and son found some very tiny, actually miniature mushrooms Friday for me to shoot but it was a late day at … Continue reading

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Woodland Mushroom & Frosted Lavender

I regret I’ve not posted many photos lately.  I’ve returned to work from a six week Leave of Absence for rotator cuff surgery and it’s been an interesting transistion getting back “into the groove”.  This photo was taken the past … Continue reading

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The End of The Early Years: From The Pelican State to The Land of Enchantment and Beyond

When we left Slidell, Louisiana, we headed south to connect with Interstate Highway 10 to take us through the rest of Louisiana, through Texas, to Las Cruces, New Mexico where  we would leave IS 10 and head north on Highway … Continue reading

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First Winter Storm Shots

The sky this morning when I left for work was simply spectacular.  A quarter moon, seemingly touching the tops of the nearby firs, was hanging low over the eastern sky; the stars brilliant against the velvet early morning sky; the … Continue reading

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