Morocco photos revisited

From time to time, I enjoy going back through my photo library and seeing if there was anything I missed in the initial edit, or if anything else catches my eye. It's bee...
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Keeping an eye out...

Updated 1/14/17 This is turning into a fun project! While strolling along trails and throughout town, I often come upon a couple of trees with some interesting bark patt...
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To know a place

(Updated 1/10/17) Taking advice from world-renowned photographer Jim Brandenburg, I simply had to look in my own neighborhood to find nature's splendor. The Greensprings...
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A rare treat....

After living in the Caribbean for 3 years, it was nice to see some snow. Officially Williamsburg received 13 inches yesterday, which is quite a lot for this area and ever...
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Wreaths of Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg is a fun place to stroll around, especially during the holidays. The colonial homes are adorned with traditional decorations and handcrafted wreaths...
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Postcards from The Outer Banks

A few image from The Outer Banks in North Carolina. Looking forward to more visits!! Wright Memorial View from the hill in which the Wright Brothers tested their glid...
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Keeping an eye out...

This has turned into a fun project! While strolling down a trail along the York River in Virginia, I came upon a couple of trees with some interesting bark patterns. They...
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Ongoing project: Blending In

*Updated 9/9/16 with new images Blending In is a project I started a couple of years back that has been a lot of fun. I have been inspired by Art Wolf's book Vanishing...
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Eastern Shore Seaside Towns

The Chesapeake Bay area is crab country. We just returned from a trip to Virginia's Eastern Shore. Our ultimate destination was Chincoteague Island, but along the way we...
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From one place.....

I recently finished reading The Forest Unseen by biologist David Haskell. In this book, David observes one square meter of forest in Tennessee for an entire year. With a...
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