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Archive for June 2012


June 30, 2012

I took these photos today. We went to the park this morning. I value nature and being able to appreciate life in the simplest ways. Advertisements

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment

June 29, 2012

These photos were fleeting moments of time. Bunny ears. Stick bug.

There was a peeping lizard at my window.

June 28, 2012

I was having coffee this morning and I felt something staring at me. As I slowly turned around this guy was at the window. He watched me for a long time.

Share Your World – Week 29

June 27, 2012

What sound or sounds do you love? Laughter and cries of joy. If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be? The Great Red Wood in Northern California What is your favorite recipe that was passed down from your mother or grandmother?  Have you mastered it as well as the original? I […]

Birds of Prey (Photos)

June 26, 2012

52 Pick Up – Week 26: Playing with Light

June 25, 2012

The reflection of the sun light gave me beautiful rainbow colors. I thought this was appropriate for this topic, Playing with Light. I was at a fish hatchery.  

Share Your World – Week 28

June 24, 2012

Apple juice, orange juice or prune juice? Orange juice definitely. Champagne makes it even better. What is your favorite animal? I have come to appreciate nature so much that I think I don’t have a favorite. The nature of each animal and the stage and station is amazing. My Guru has taught me to appreciate […]


June 23, 2012

Pueblo is another name for village. This were taken in a pueblo in Taos New Mexico.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Create

June 22, 2012

I decided to take some shots of the Sun. I think it was when Venus was crossing in front of the Sun, a few weeks ago. I couldn’t really see anything because it was so bright. So I just started taking shots, and this is what was created.

Bear Mountain Photos

June 21, 2012

I had to get out the day before yesterday. It was too hot to do anything outside. So I went for a drive and found Bear Mountain.