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I see this everyday I drop my son off to Pre-school. Today I stopped to take a picture of it for f/16 Thursday.
Nikon D750 + Nikkor 50mm F/1.4G @ 1/100 sec, f/2, ISO 2800, 54mm crop
More from the two year anniversary of the Utata Thursday walk.
This location was the completely vacant (except for Emerson and myself) Monocacy National Battlefield civil war site early Thursday morning. The fog rolling across the silent fields and shifting through the budding trees was quite unique and particular to this place and this moment.
I found myself repeating out loud to God or Mother Nature my thanks in being alive and able to see as I do.
Even as we speak I'm decking the halls and making white chocolate cranberry biscotti for some friends who are coming up tomorrow to help us trim our christmas tree.
A day in the life, Thursday June 21, 2007, first day of summer
In order to fend off summer vacation boredom, and for a
change from the status quo, I packed up the three year old and the
newborn, along with a picnic basket full of hastily-procured
comestibles and set out on an adventure. Well, a brief, not all that
exciting by world-class standards type of adventure, but nevertheless
a day-trip jaunt to places we had never yet been, and that counts for
something, doesn't it?
We raced with the freight trains along the C & O canal, stopped at a
roadside stand and bought fresh cherries, and picnicked along the
Potomac river at the Point of Rocks.
These are the sights along the way from rural Maryland across the
Potomac into Virginia by way of the backroads and byways...
Emerson, clearly amazed at how much snow had fallen while she napped!
Still snowing at 5:30 PM!
When I first purchased my Canon SD750 I took pics at Culler Lake. Almost a year later I am at it again -- doing a little better I hope.
At the annual Kris Kringle Procession in beautiful downtown Frederick maryland this past Friday evening.
It was such a fun and magical night for the kids.
We really did get some snow! And it is so pretty. Took this of the neighbor's trees. It looked like a tunnel that would lead to a magical place.