Man of few words! Artist, Photographer, Poet,and Figure skater.
Post World war 2 Praktica 35 mm Camera with a Carl Zeiss lense. Picked it up in a small shop near the shore from a estate sale. Still kicking myself for not buying the Rollex watch as well!
This caught my eye when looking for first green things of spring.
New signs of life and it will not be long now. Another years labor for the greening of the countryside.
I wonder just what the person was thinking of that named this?
My old Leica M3 film camera. Great Camera in its day but digital is so much easier.
Picture of my brother in law with my niece Nina. John died suddenly on monday. I will miss him immensely.
Early signs of spring in an area that a week ago was covered by snow.
Last traces of all the snow that choked the countryside. Warmer days will soon be a reality for this little corner of the earth.
Had a little time so I re-photographed this old bit of wood sculpture. If you look close you can see the worm holes.
Found this very old carving which I think was done by a sailor in his idle moments back in the day of whalers!
This is a interesting shell which has potential for a couple of pictures.
Had lunch here today. A little birthday celebration for my brother.
Found this picture of me and my brothers.
Looks like many windows for very short people!
Sky at sundown today. Night gives birth to another day of light. Twilight at sundown is lights last attempt to fight off the darkness.
Found this at a local farm, a retired scare crow waiting for winter to cease.
This caught my eye and I thought it had a interesting look to it.
Thought these were cute and could make an interesting photo.
Little look at the ice and fog that dominated the day.
A bit late for Valentines day but I thought heast of glass were an interesting subject.
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