Category: Photography

  • Spring Report

    It’s April now. Spring is moving on. The Apple trees have already finished blooming mostly. They are our last spring blooming trees every year. Both the Yoshino’s and the Apple trees were very early this year. Usually the Apple trees don’t START to bloom until sometime in April. The Yoshino’s usually last until nearly April, […]

  • Common Orb Weaver

    Common Orb Weaver Originally uploaded by CrazyMaisy. I wrote about this spider the other week. I’ll load up more pictures and write about it more later. Go ahead and click the picture, I have a few more pictures loaded now on Flickr … which you can access via the picture’s link.

  • New Black Oil Sunflower

    Canon Digital Rebel – July 6, 2005 Notice the beautiful swirls, the pattern is gorgeous, shows God’s handiwork wonderfully. Such order, beauty, but no true straight lines involved. 🙂

  • Device Updates

    I’m excited about something on eBay … Dh let me bid on a Canon Digital and I got the high bid (won) this early AM! It’s the elder Digital Rebel, not the new 8 megapixel but the first sort, the 6.3. It’s a super upgrade for me, and what I have had my eye on […]

  • Deep Pink Peony

    This is one of two peony flowers to open up already. It’s early. The other peonies are still growing. This plant is producing dark pink flowers. My other peonies produce light pink flowers. This seems to be the first-time for this plant to blossom. There is at least one other that should be a first-time […]

  • Sunrise after a night of Thunderstorms

    Last night we had major thunderstorms come through, including earlier in the day as well. After dark we had the worst of them, harder pounding rain and pea-size, and some a tad larger, hail. Lots of Lighting, cloud to cloud mostly, it was wonderful to watch. The sky was filled with the flashes and glowing […]

  • Dog training in session

    These two photos are from the other day. Dog is now being trained to stay inside. Previously he has only been crate trained and stayed outside mostly, in his 10×10 corral and running free in fenced in backyard. So he’s new to the inside during daytime nice weather, not in crate. In these photos he […]

  • Some Icy Pics

    Icy Pictures from January 29, 2005 (morning). Ice Storm hit the SouthEast part of the US.

  • After The Rain

    Bethlehem to the West Bethlehem to the East Bethlehem to the South

  • Wikki Stix

    Wikki Stix are cool, fun, made in the USA and cheap. We have only come into contact with them physically at one place. Ted’s Montana Grill. Wikki Stix are available to restaurants, and other businesses from their website. Restaurants usually have crayons and paper things for children. Do you know how argumentative that can be […]

  • Some Pics of the Occupied Pen

    I got outside earlier to take some pictures. I did it as fast as I could, the wind chill was something! Also, Lothar was acting WILD and really being a pest for attention and all I was out there to do was take a few pictures of the new pen and hens inside. Here’s him […]

  • New Hen Pen coming soon!

    It’s a fine day, sunny with a few clouds, supposed to get up to 59 degrees F. So the day is come that Frank and I will finish the old project for the “new hen pen” which began last Spring, and fell away to do-nothing-status as it became a giant that I couldn’t move anyhow, […]

  • Edublog posts listed on sidebar now

    I figured out how to get post title links automatically on the sidebar from my Edublog, so all one needs to do is look over there to the right and see the titles and click if they would like to read them. I have my recent posts (entries) from THIS blog first (well, THIS blogs […]

  • Weather of late

    December 8, 2004 brought this interesting effect, low lying fog burning off so visually appealling as it moved toward the sky: As well as this glorious BLUE above the fray! First lovely blue sky in so long, it seemed. Only to have that late night turn cloudy then to rain by early am, and the […]

  • Think Blue, Count Two

    I’ve been reading Cordwainer Smith stories and aggregating the stuff that I have, stuff coming, and what I still need to get for a full collection of at least all his stories. So this has combined to be part of the saga of the kittens names. Cordwainer Smith and cats go hand in hand, as […]

  • Cats, cats, and more cats

    On Saturday we went out on errands, shopping, of course, and Frank surprised me at Petsmart [where we go for the kitty litter we get] and told me I could pick out a kitten if I saw one I liked. 🙂 There were some young kittens, and several older kittens, as well as a few […]

  • Sunrise

    This morning: Looking East Bethlehem Sunrise November 6, 2004 06:21:06 To the right Bethlehem Sunrise November 6, 2004 06:23:20 To the left

  • Cutie Cat

    Here’s the latest cutie cat in our midst: He’s much cleaned up-like now, but the camera is in “tempermental mode” again. He’s what I have hopes of getting “fixed” soon. He is very sweet, very, very, sweet. He started hanging around nearly two weeks ago, or more, and was injured looking. His nose, you can […]

  • Scarlet the Acrobat

    I took this photo on September 25, 2004. Our slab basement [the house is tri-level so the “basement” is really a slab walkout right next to a crawlspace that is on higher ground] isn’t finished yet, and the cats love to get up in the ceiling area and jump from joist to joist …

  • A series of End of August Asa

    Here is Asa, wearing a new outfit. It’s part of the HUGE eBay Lot I got for him. This series of photos was taken the day it arrived. He was anxious to wear something out of it. The socks are the only thing visible that we already had. 🙂 The shirt has a graphic of […]