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  • Behold the turtle.
    He makes progress only when he sticks his neck out.
  • Tiger Lily Flutterby

    July
    18
    2006

    Still busy over here with projects and deadlines and children and, of course, the puppy. I’ll update later today with a progress shot of The Pig. Just had to share this photo – while I was waiting for my non-rubbery (yay me!) Salmon to cook, I spotted this butterfly on my tiger lilies. I don’t know what kind it is, there’s a lovely shade of pale blue on the lower half of the wings when they’re spread. If you know, please share! Update: She’s a female black swallowtail. There. Don’t you feel better now that you know, too?

    Black Eyed Susans

    July
    2
    2006

    Feeling better over here, thank you for being so kind to check in on me! It was one helluva virus, I hope none of you get it.

    Just wanted to share this shot from my wildflower garden, and now I’ll go get ready to dive into my studio for the day. I hope you’re all having a relaxing extended holiday weekend!

    Hudson/Putnam Valley Sunset

    June
    27
    2006

    The last several days in the Hudson/Putnam Valley area were really beautiful. I ended up being busier than I thought I would be, so scenic imagry is limited.

    I’ve returned to a ton of blank canvas patiently waiting in the studio, and will start sketching new pieces today and get ready to throw some paint this week!

    Wing Tip

    June
    22
    2006

    Normal posting will resume, soon.

    Favorite Wildflower

    June
    19
    2006

    I’m not sure why, but Poppies seem to grow on me more and more every year.

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    Contemplative

    June
    8
    2006

    Right-click here and save target (or open and save image) forĀ 1024×768 Wallpaper of this photograph.
    (you could also open the image and right-click set as desktop wallpaper.)

    A New Path

    June
    5
    2006

    They’re Baaaaaack!

    May
    31
    2006


    They’re back!

    I saw a Ruby Throated Hummingbird the day before yesterday when I put fresh nectar out, he must have gone and told all the other Hummies about us. I’ve been waiting, patiently, for the opportune time to photograph them, and that’d be around now (noon’ish). She seems to be getting comfortable with me near her now, I’ve been standing about 2 feet from her (behind glass) and she’s been checking me out a bit. It won’t be long before she perches for me. Have you ever seen a Hummingbird perched? They’re amazing. Here’s a photo I took last summer.

    One more for good measure (you’ll be seeing SO much of her, I’m sure!)

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    Black Squirrel Mama

    May
    28
    2006

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