There are still a few flowers blooming..but not many..and it was near freezing this morning. I captured this Dahlia in the garden of a very kind gentleman who said I could photograph his flowers any old time I wanted to! Check out more macros here:)
Monday, September 27, 2010
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Monday, September 20, 2010
Sunday, September 19, 2010
This weeks Sunday Still Challenge was Flags. Well..here is one flag.
I have a flag pole just outside the door. I have a number of flags and I change them throughout the year..whenever the mood strikes me. That orange ball is just one of many that belong to Chance. I took this photo on September 15, 2010.
I took this photo last month at a local Pow Wow. The Eagle Staffs and the Flags are always the first into the dancing area, the dancers then dance around them.
The flags are from left to right:
US Navy, US Marine Corps, KIA America Remembers, POW- MIA and Native American Vietnam Vet. Have a good week everyone:)
Monday, September 13, 2010
A pretty little bug ( bee?) on the Helenium autumnale or sneezeweed. Can you tell by its real name ..what time of year it blooms..LOL..gotta love the proper scientific names sometimes. I made a mixed bouquet of wildflowers one day..and then I had a blast catching lots of little bugs for some cool macro shots. Check out more macro here:)
Sunday, September 12, 2010
This is an old gravity feed visible gas pump, you could see the gas (was it clean or dirty) and what amount you were getting. The glass cylinder would hold the gas that was hand pumped up from a tank in the ground. These are out in front of an old country store at a local Pioneer Farmers Park. I took this photo a few weeks ago.
So you don’t think that I am always out in left field..I did manage a photo of something else this week a glass garden decoration..a whatchamacallit!
Have a good week everyone:)
Monday, September 6, 2010
Sunday, September 5, 2010
This weeks challenge was boots or shoes. The photos I chose are empty boots..soldiers empty boots.
These were at The Vietnam Traveling Wall Memorial a year ago from my archives.
I took this photo a few weeks ago at a local Vietnam Memorial Ceremony.
This is the “battlefield cross” a fallen soldiers helmet, rifle, boots and bayonet which are no longer of use to him. This is what replaced the flag covered caskets that we used to see on the nightly news. Don’t kid yourself, the flag draped caskets are still coming back..we are just not permitted to see them:(