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- Inspired by Paul Klee
- Abstract Lines
- City Colors
- Astrolabe M
- Astrolabe Quad
- Central Park in Autumn
- Celestial Circle
- Carib Cottage
- Abstract Squares
- Cabin in the Snow
- Blue House
- AI Image Generation
- Cornell Birds of the World
- Black-Necked Stilt
- Scarlet Rose Mallow
- Jelly Fish
Tag Archives: world wide photo walk
Lake House at Central Park
This is an old house by the lake in Central Park, Schenectady. When I saw it on my “photowalk”, I immediately visualized it as a black and white sketch. The straggly and weed-like flowers in the front together with the … Continue reading
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I attended the World Wide Photo Walk today. Led by Sean, the event was staged at Schenectady’s Central Park. Some 29 people attended and took photos in an informal setting. I met some interesting fellow photographers who enjoyed a dry … Continue reading
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World Wide Photo Walk
Tomorrow is World Wide Photo Walk Day. I will be participating in the one in Schenectady (the only walk nearby). Hopefully the weather will cooperate. I will be posting any decent images as soon after the tomorrow as possible, but … Continue reading
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