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What better group of three for the last week in September than the not-so-rare but still beloved “triple buckeye”.? Buckeyes are the fruit of a certain variety of American horse chestnut and the symbol/mascot of my home state of Ohio. … Continue reading
Today the Tree Man came with his crew to cut down the three enormous ash trees that have been the main feature of the landscape around World Headquarters for much longer than the 25 years we’ve lived here. These friendly … Continue reading
It’s the earliest days of fall at last, down on the corner, and it’s fun to play with pictures of the leaves of the big black walnut tree. (Don’t forget to look down, or you’ll step on one of the … Continue reading
Me, when I realize I’m about to eat dinner and not only have I not posted to my blog yet, but I have no idea whatsoever what I am going to post.
It’s Labor Day in the US– which means it’s a bank holiday and most of us are kicking back. But even if you’re not, wherever you are, take some time to relax with a most addictive collection of beautiful, semi … Continue reading
Or, a tree frog on a banana tree. Yes, there are banana trees that can live in cold climates. Assuming you cut them back and cover them with a deep layer of mulch for the winter, they will survive and … Continue reading
The king of all American butterflies: the monarch. Of the phone camera butterflies, even more so.
The fourth in an ongoing series exploring the odd historical fascination of the world’s matchbox label design community with the number three. Today: botanical subjects, arbitrarily arranged from the obvious to the obscure.
Just took some moderately boring photographs of some spectacular morning glories, open late in the day in deep overcast. The shape of their white centers made them look like living lens flare. As subjects they were irresistible, but the light … Continue reading