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Green Ripples…

Going Green

How innocent these creatures. Day to day living their lives, at the mercy of our mercy. To have clean water, clean food, a place to dwell as nature intended. Green ripples in the fabric of our world… Shall we care?

I saw this beaver munching peacefully in the unusually high waters of Newport News Park (Newport News, VA) this evening along the White Oak Trail.

Crimson Serenity…

Crimson Serenity

Drizzly cool misty. Crimson Serenity. Good night, sweet sight.

Jamestown Beach 1/28/2011.

Reflection…

Reflection

After a bit of nudging from a friend, I produced my very first Project 365 – Day 1 photo this year in January, 2011.

In a moment of reflection, I see my first SLR; the first thing I bought with my first paycheck from a summer job when I was 16. I used it as our High School yearbook photographer in 1979 and 1980. Canon forever.

Voices from the City

Skyline Norfolk

Cityscapes are voices; whispering, singing, sometimes shouting: “Here I am. I am unique. This is what makes me special. And I want you to experience me.”

I’m hosting a Cityscapes class/presentation this Tuesday at my photo club: Hampton Roads Digital Photography Club. I guess it’s time for me to learn what I’m supposed to teach. 🙂

This is the Norfolk, Virginia skyline during the blue hour on May 3, 2011 as seen from across the water in Portsmouth.