Sunday, November 05, 2017
Friday, October 06, 2017
First week in October on Lake Wallenpaupack in Pennsylvania.
We were hoping for more vibrant autumn colors, but the trees were just beginning to prepare for the winter.
Cool, early morning walks were very much appreciated especially when the lake produced a misty wonderland!
Saturday, June 03, 2017
My husband and I recently spent some time in Europe, traveling and exploring,
...and of course, taking photos!
Check out my Flickr.com photos for a quick look at the places we've seen in the last few weeks.
Click on the photo above!
Friday, April 14, 2017
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Monday, January 02, 2017
Happy New Year!
Since the year 2000 I have taken a photo of the sunrise welcoming the new year.
This year was no different.
Some years were more difficult than others.
It all depended on how late I went to sleep on the Eve.
Some years, on Long Island or in Pennsylvania, it was extremely cold, so a sunrise image was not exactly what I wanted to do- but, I did it anyway.
I have friends who wait for the photo to be posted. Family will ask, "Are you setting the alarm?"
I can't let them down, but most of all, I can't let myself down.
Living in Florida makes it a little easier. No freezing temperatures to endure. Just throw on some shorts and sandals, a light shirt, and maybe a light jacket and I'm out the door.
I must admit, sunrise in January is not really happening very early for me, but I must be there and ready long before the sun actually rises.
The light just before sunrise can be even more important, and spectacular!
So this year I woke up at 5AM with just four hours of sleep, had only one cup of coffee, grabbed my camera gear and ventured out to the park near a body of water.
Watching the sun rise, in solitude, with birds flying over the water, song birds chirping, watching the fish jump and herons hunting for their breakfast, is the real reason I do this.
It's the promise of a new day, new year, and I feel blessed!
How spiritually wonderful it feels to be part of nature and be able to witness the dawning of a another year.