RAGTAG DAILY PROMPT- THE BRIDGE

RDP Tuesday: Bridge There is a small stone bridge over the Blackstone River where it meets the canal and become two pieces. I photograph it frequently in pretty much every season except deep winter when it's inaccessible due to snow. I love that little bridge. Stone bridge. Actually, it's Route 16 on its way to … Continue reading RAGTAG DAILY PROMPT- THE BRIDGE

FARM ANIMALS – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Farm Animals The day we went out to see the farms down around the corner (so to speak being as there really aren't many corners back there in farm country), we saw cows and chickens and horses. But for me, the real piece of heaven were goats. I love goats. Just a … Continue reading FARM ANIMALS – Marilyn Armstrong

THE PEOPLE, PLACES, CRITTERS WHO MATTER … Marilyn Armstrong

A Photo a Week Challenge: The Things that Matter Most There are quite a few more people who should have pictures than I have room for but suffice to say, I have forgotten no one. It has been a hectic year, at end of which -- Garry can hear. Our deck is full of birds. The … Continue reading THE PEOPLE, PLACES, CRITTERS WHO MATTER … Marilyn Armstrong

WHEN ONE INFINITY IS BIGGER THAN THE OTHER – Marilyn Armstrong

College was not, as it turned out, particularly useful for practical stuff. Although I learned a reasonable amount, it had a tendency to be the kind of thing that makes great conversation while playing Trivial Pursuit rather than while trying to figure out your household budget for the month. Consider the subject of infinite sets. … Continue reading WHEN ONE INFINITY IS BIGGER THAN THE OTHER – Marilyn Armstrong

TIME FOR A SNACK! FLYING SQUARES FOR BECKYB – Marilyn Armstrong

Time for a Snack - A Flying Square for BeckyB! I need to talk about the lens I used for this shoot. I am now the proud, impoverished owner of a beautiful, new 100-300 mm lens for my Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II. Olympus makes a 75 - 300 mm lens, but its low-end is f4.8 … Continue reading TIME FOR A SNACK! FLYING SQUARES FOR BECKYB – Marilyn Armstrong