We're minding the home front down on the Carolina coast for my daughter while she and hubby are away at a meeting.Other than two soccer games and one birthday party, we havent gotten far from the home base.One of these days I will have to come down with the intention of getting out to a seashore wildlife preserve with my camera. The back porch was as far as I made it this trip, and this was the extent of the wildlife available.My 6-yr-old photographic assistant could not resist getting too close too fast to our subject--a Carolina Anole. I suffered … Continue Reading ››
Galaxies collide. Sunstruck dewdrops bedazzle bowl-and-doily webs and pasture grasses of an early spring morning.
Just a quick grab-shot post--the first warm-from-the-oven image to grace these pages since the leaves and thermometer fell five months ago.I had not expected this view when I headed over to the barn yesterday morning. I looked up and the standing stalks of Queen Anne's lace and pasture grasses were wet with dew, glistening in the sun's light just peaking over the ridge. Amazing!Mouse-over this thumbnail for the bigger image.