Sunday Stills: Focus on the #Mysterious, if you can

Here are some seriously mysterious photos.  Some are almost eerie. This one was just meant for Halloween, wasn't it? Will a pirate ship materialize out of the fog? This really was scary.  At the top of Logan Pass, on Going-to-the-sun Road in Glacier National Park, the construction left absolutely nothing between that rock wall and …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #222: The Mountains are Calling

You know, it does help to live in a place with mountains on all sides, like we do in Western Washington.  To the West are the Olympic Mountains. This photo was taken years ago, from the deck of a Washington State Ferry, just shy of the Kingston Ferry dock on Puget Sound. To the East …

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Sunday Stills: #Those fleeting moments in life

I have managed to capture many of life's fleeting moments in my backyard, with my iPhone 13 Pro.  What has more fleeting moments than most?  That would be birds.  Every moment is fleeting for them, and they do not concentrate on any one activity for more than a moment, because they always have to keep …

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Guest Blogger: Bryan G. Stephens on Technology Driving Moral Development

My friend Bryan G. Stephens is a mental health and management professional in Georgia.  The following excellent essay was originally posted on Ricochet.com.  Welcome, Bryan! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Morality in society is driven by what is possible. I can use many examples, but I am going to focus on three: Slavery Child Labor Women’s Equality The best …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #221: Favorite Flowers

Like Tina, I am no flower expert, so I often don't know what a flower is called when I see it.  But I always try to get photos of new flowers, and new versions of old ones.  I think that my very favorite flower is the azalea that my real estate agent gave me for …

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#Wordless Wednesday on Thursday: Autumn walk through the not-so-wetland

Not far from home is the Narbeck Wetland Trail, consisting of boardwalk and earthen trails around ponds and general wetland.  I found most of the wetland dried up this afternoon.  Here's what I saw. Used to be wet (above). Unauthorized trail. Leaf mosaic on the pond surface. Here's the Link to Terri's Original Post.