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A note about the masthead: the image was taken on the Brooklyn Bridge at dusk using a slow shutter speed to illustrate the movement of the vehicles and the streaming of their headlights.
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- Scarlet Rose Mallow
- Jelly Fish
- Stunning Anhinga
- Nesting Wood Storks
- Blue-winged Teal
- China Man
- Fall Path
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- Palm Frond in B&W
- National Wildlife Day
- Tuba Player
- Flower Arrangement
- Huyck Falls
- A New Digital Painting
- Panther Ridge
- The Arch
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This being the Fall and in Florida we have no change of the seasons: Fall is as hot as the Summer; I have posted this fall path scene the original of which was taken not far from my former home … Continue reading
Another in a series of digital paintings. Here on the left is the original photo enhanced a bit. Not bad. But I had the thought to convert it to a digital painting using Corel Painter. The result is below. Several … Continue reading
This is a palm frond – somewhere in Florida. Doesn’t make any difference does it? But it is a great composition. I converted it to a black and white image and then did a little manipulation to enhance contrast and … Continue reading
According the the same-named organization, “National Wildlife Day is celebrated today to help bring awareness of the plight of wild animals around the globe. NWD encourages wildlife lovers to stand up and fight for animals that need a voice, to … Continue reading
Another image from the photo vault. Memorial Day, a long time ago, in good old Delmar, NY where we lived for most of our adult lives. We stood at the center of town watching the traditional parade and a wonderful … Continue reading
I am not really sure where I took the original of this image. It was just some flowers of various kinds – I did no arranging. But it was a nice group and I had it on my hard drive … Continue reading
The Huyck Preserve is located southwest of Albany, NY. It was established in 1930 with a biological research station starting in 1937. The preserve area has a long history dating back to the late 1800’s. There are lots of trails, … Continue reading
I was down by the Normanskill Creek (some would call it a river) one day in early fall when I discovered these old barns. The area down here was once a little village and there are the remains of quite … Continue reading
With it unlikely I will get to a zoo in the very near future, I came across this lovely cat – Leopardus pardalis – otherwise known as an ocelet, in my collection. These lovely animals are native to the southern … Continue reading
The original photo of a garden arch was used as the basis for a digital painting. The photo was taken into Corel Painter. Using the painting techniques available in this fab program, I created an original work of art.