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Writing forces me to examine my views as cold words on a page.
My views are borne out of my experiences on this world.
My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
While I still can, I choose to share some for anyone who might find them useful, or perhaps just entertaining.
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Occasionally, when I have photos posing a processing challenge, I resort to using DxO OpticsPro 11. The program is excellent at post-processing photos, but I seldom use it because it is more time consuming than other software I have. In … Continue reading
I’m back home. First off, I apologize to all the people whose blogs I follow. I don’t know if I’ll get to everything I missed while I was gone. I’ll get to some, but probably not all. You see, November is … Continue reading
. . . also from 2014. In fact, from the same day as the previous gallery of flowers. Following up on the previous post, here’s the rest of the photos shot on August 15, 2014. These are all macros of … Continue reading
Taking a break from the fabric shop, I return to my summer staple post; flowers and bugs. OK, I’m adding other stuff that intrudes on my otherwise blissful life and despite myself has me think about said stuff. As usual, … Continue reading
We left off in the last post with an ant on a yellow flower . . . and so we pick up in this post. But, with a different ant. This looks like a regular ant while the previous one … Continue reading
So, I switched my attention from the potted to the planted plants. The planted plant have a higher probability of housing insects. Sure enough, the very first Stella D’Oro lily I see has a fly in its flower. I was … Continue reading