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Acrylic on Panel, 18" x 18" - SOLD

 

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Carmine Bee-Eaters on the bank of the Luangwa River, Zambia

 

All rights reserved. © Thomas Retterath 2011

Shelving left behind for scrap metal dispersion inside an abandoned mill.

Elaboration from a photo by unknow author

thewholetapa

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My solo show at Rotofugi in Chicago is just one week away (3/19). If you would like to get on the preview list for the show please feel free to sign up here:

 

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Organized Nightmare (detail)

acrylic on wood panel

18" X 18" / 22" X 22" framed

 

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Another shot of Black Headed Gulls this time zooming into a flock of them! It makes a great patterns of nature shot!

As I'm not mobile till late in the day, my girls have taken this deteriorating lifestyle in their stride.

 

So patient and forgiving, they've really proven to be the most wonderful companion dogs to me.

 

With love and total acceptance as how things are, Miss Woolly and her lil' sis just wait for me till I'm up and about.

 

We do get out somewhere most days in the late afternoons to early evenings.

 

Then back at home, they wait faithfully, trusting they will eventually get their gourmet dinner, as by then I'm so exhausted from so little activity it takes such a long time to organise it.

 

They are my blessings and I am grateful for the Woolly Love that pervades my home...

 

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For this month's 12MonthsforDogs group project:

"Love is all around"…

 

I hope I can continue..

Taken during Graze the Bench 2017, a weekend wine, food and music celebration. Eight participating Beamsville Bench wineries in Ontario's Niagara Peninsula. Next year's event is June 2 & 3, 2018. www.grazethebench.com

Organising their phones to have their pictures taken with NZ mountain biker Sarah Walker, while she visited the local Invercargill club.

There are times in life when everything is just too much, too out of control. The best that you can hope for is to simply organize the chaos.

 

And believe that everything will work itself out just fine. Happy humpday people!

A jumble of row boats wait in low tide at Cape Porpoise, Maine

 

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Driving down the rode while the sun is starting to set, and i had my camera handy so i turned it to a slow shutter :)

 

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Self-organizing seismographs.

 

Christmas light painting with the Sony RX100.

I try not to collect more pieces of quilt fabrics than I can fit into this small cupboard that my dad made. The door is an old window. It's placed in our living room so I am always planning new projects while staring at the fabrics...

Looking up through the poles during the assembly of a teepee.

I've spent the last couple of days organizing a studio for myself.

I'm so excited at last to have a space all of my own where I can shoot whenever I like....

I took some shots in it yesterday and I'll upload them as soon as I get a chance to.

Check out my blog for a before and after of this

 

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ODC1 ~ ORDER AND CHAOS for 11.30.13

 

Day 334 ~ 365: the 2013 edition

The High Line, Manhattan, New York

Rigging and lines at the Tall Ships festival. Boston, MA

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Oct 23, 2009

Highest position: 467 on Saturday, October 24, 2009

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Well I'm back from Florida after a couple weeks. Photographed a lot of different birds and had a great time. I didn't have much time to look through the pictures I'd taken each day with all the long days but as it turned when I got home and looked I seemed to have some how gotten all my ducks in a row!!! ;)

 

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