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WALKING SQUARE 6

Walking on the Beach On the beach before dawn, watching the sun come up. It’s just me, the gulls, plovers and terns — and 10 million mosquitos. Hungry mosquitos. To whom I appeared to be a warm walking breakfast.

WALKING SQUARE 5

Walking in Cooperstown For our 25th anniversary, we went to Cooperstown. It’s just alongside Otsego Lake and maybe 25 miles (give or take) south of the Adirondack Mountains. I planned it as a surprise for Garry who has two passions:… Read More ›

PLAYTIME

A Photo a Week Challenge: Playtime In the good old summertime, there’s not better playtime than a dip in the waterhole, in this case, a curve in the Blackstone River is a fine old water hole. It even has a place… Read More ›

NOVEMBER MACROS

CMMC: November Close Up or Macro Last night, most of the remaining leaves fell off the trees. It wasn’t terribly cold. It has actually warmed up from a few days ago when it was downright cold at night. But now, the… Read More ›

SQUIRRELY WORLD

I took a bunch more squirrel pictures this morning. I love the red squirrel with the puffy gray tail. These guys are so incredibly furry and cute, especially that tiny red one. But this is also an exercise is the… Read More ›

HOW FIT ARE THOSE FIDDLES?

WQW #38: Four Aspects to Being Fit As a Fiddle The phrase fit as a fiddle dates back to the 1600s in British English, but had a slightly different meaning then. The word fit had as its primary meaning ‘well-suited, apt for a particular purpose’…. Read More ›