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Chip off the old block

Another lovely picture of Ailsa Craig today, taken by Brian Johnstone. This one is called (appropriately) “chip off the old block”.

“May every sunrise

bring you hope. 8 more words

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Crater Lake Snags ~ Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Broken

Around the perimeter of Crater Lake are many broken and bleached timbers. Their stark bareness against the blue backdrop of the dazzling lake drew me to photograph them. 16 more words

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Cedar Snag ~ Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Broken

This week’s photo challenge stumped me until I remembered the huge Cedar tree that had lived on the south side of cabin 1.  At least twenty years ago a severe winter storm snapped the trunk about ten feet up from its base. 8 more words

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How to Photograph a Wood-Canvas Canoe

by Mike Elliott, Kettle River Canoes

People email regularly asking me to identify their canoe and/or give them an estimate on a restoration.  When I ask them to send me some pictures, I often see a big difference between what people regard as a helpful image and what I require, so here is a little tutorial on the art of photographing a wood-canvas canoe. 974 more words

Wood-canvas Canoes

interesting project website on selfies

Thanks to my colleague Rose Capdevila, I’ve just spent a while browsing a site called making selfies/making self, which is both a research project about selfies and about a research project on selfies.  116 more words

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Cemetery Stroll

I took a walk. Well, not exactly. I took some friends on a tour of New Orleans. My New Orleans. The more hellish side. We started with Lafayette Cemetery No. 240 more words

Ray Laskowitz