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A Bit of Autumn Blur

Yesterday afternoon I set my to-do list aside for awhile and opted instead to set myself outside for awhile! It was a beautiful autumn afternoon, and while most of my backyard leaves have already succumbed to their crunchy carpet fate, … Continue reading

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It’s Training Tucker Time

It’s time for Tucker to begin his training. If you happened to see my last post, you know that Tucker is a handsome four month old lab mix we adopted last weekend.  We initially thought we were going to adopt … Continue reading

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A Tiny Trinity

The trinity has been making frequent appearances in my backyard lately. Now clearly I’m not talking about the capital “T” version – Father, Son, and Holy Ghost – although they too are regulars at my house! No, I’m talking about … Continue reading

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Happiness Is…

For this Nuthatch, happiness is a plump peanut… …followed by a drop of fresh water. Ahhh…it’s the little things in life!

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My Not-So-Neighborly Nuthatch

I remember going to a conference years ago and one of the speakers shared a story that made me laugh.  He said that one day he had walked into his living room just in time to see his four year … Continue reading

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Random Recents

As I was uploading photos to my Flickr Photostream last night, I came across several pictures taken over the past week or so that simply didn’t make it to a post.  It seemed a shame to stow them away unseen … Continue reading

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Double The Pleasure: Better Bokeh

I started these “Double the Pleasure” posts to give myself a chance to play with my new 70-300mm lens. I think I’ve decided this lens gives me better bokeh (a fancy photography term that comes from a Japanese word that means “blur”) … Continue reading

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