While visiting my son’s home I noticed this “picture” through the window in the front door going onto the porch. Of course I had my camera, and this type of wonderful scene is why it’s always with me. There were two more eggs in the nest just starting to open. The note cards are printedContinue reading “Robin’s Nest With Young”
Category Archives: Photo Note Cards
Doe At Birdbath
“You were once wild, don’t let them tame you.” (Isadora Duncan) Taken through my living room window; this is one of the reasons it helps to have your camera close by. My original photo is printed on the note card by me on my home computer/printer. It is printed on quality, glossy photo paper. 4Continue reading “Doe At Birdbath”
Wood Ducks Pair..
Hard to believe the photo opportunities that may appear before you, seemingly out of nowhere. There is an area in the Thumb of Michigan, on the shore of Lake Huron, called Fish Point. Among many other beautiful sights, these Wood Ducks were resting on the tree branch as we drove by; window down, camera inContinue reading “Wood Ducks Pair..”
Native American Indians At The Pow-Wow..
Did You Know ….? “Countless Indian words have become a part of the English language. Just a few of these include: barbecue, cannibal, caribou, chipmunk, chocolate, cougar, hammock, hurricane, mahogany, moose, opossum, potato, skunk, squash, toboggan and woodchuck.” I had the privilege of attending a Pow-Wow in Northern Michigan. It is a beautiful ceremony ofContinue reading “Native American Indians At The Pow-Wow..”
We saw the doe in the field next door when she dropped her fawn. With camera in hand, we were able to get the photo while the fawn was still wet; you can see the moisture on its back. Mama didn’t return to get her baby until night fell, but by morning the pair wereContinue reading “Fawn..New Arrival”
We’ll never know, but without the lively orange of the sign, it may never have been noticed; just an old barn, falling down. I love it!
Doll With Bug
A beautiful little doll with a message.
Native American Indian Youth At Powwow
Beautiful, young Native American girl at the Pow Wow in northern Michigan. It was a joy to capture this moment to share.
A field of Sunflowers in Michigan..
On the back of the notecard is the following quote; I will be the gladdest thing under the sun! I will touch a hundred flowers and not pick one. (Edna St. Vincent Millay)
My only eagle photo to date; the little bird attacking him wasn’t visible to me when I took the picture. It was an interesting surprise. Included are note cards printed by me on my home computer and printer, on quality, glossy photo paper. 4 1/4 x 5 1/2..envelope included. Shipping is free. The above quoteContinue reading “American Eagle”