Monthly Archives: February 2010

Fountain Display

An interesting fountain display at the Cedar Rapids Home Show. (Click on the photo to view a larger image).

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United States Sailor

Experimenting with flash and close up photography. (Click on the photo to view a larger image).

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United States Sailor

Experimenting with flash and close up photography. (Click on the photo to view a larger image).

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Barn

Barn near Charles City, Iowa (Click on the Photo to view a larger image)

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Barn

Barn near Charles City, Iowa (Click on the Photo to view a larger image)

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Cedar Rapids Home SHow

Stained Glass Gallery Exhibit at the Cedar Rapids Home SHow This is Laura, our daughter-in-and law and proprietor of the Stained Glass Gallery. I frequently see this expression, “Are you taking my picture…again.” (Click on the photo to view a … Continue reading

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Cedar Rapids Home SHow

Stained Glass Gallery Exhibit at the Cedar Rapids Home SHow This is Laura, our daughter-in-and law and proprietor of the Stained Glass Gallery. I frequently see this expression, “Are you taking my picture…again.” (Click on the photo to view a … Continue reading

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Flags Fly High

My Mother-in-Law gave me a flag pole for one of my birthdays a few years back and I proudly fly the American and Navy Flags. I used to buy the less expensive flags, but the wind would shred them in … Continue reading

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Flags Fly High

My Mother-in-Law gave me a flag pole for one of my birthdays a few years back and I proudly fly the American and Navy Flags. I used to buy the less expensive flags, but the wind would shred them in … Continue reading

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Leading Lines

I’m taking a photography course and the assignment calls for a photograph with “leading lines” where the lines in a photo draw a viewer to the subject – sounds simple until you try and find an example. I drive by … Continue reading

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