As promised, I’ve put together a collection of my Malabar Farm photos. I’ve lived near the farm for years and love to wander through with my camera, particularly in the morning. To access the gallery, click on this link.
Posted three versions of this photo on FaceBook and let my FB friends decide which I should go with. Numbers one and three were the most popular. Particularly number one.
I’m posting all three here and also in the gallery.
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Here are a few photos from the last days of canoe trips, ones in which the clouds parted at the last moment after much rain. The first, complete with rainbow) was taken about five years ago at Algonquin Provincial Park in Canada. The second was about six years ago on the Muskingum River in Ohio, downstream of the Rokeby Lock.
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Last month my Ron Simon bench photo made page one of the Mansfield News Journal. This month, the Energy Cooperative published four of my opsrey nest photos in its July & August Times magazine. Didn’t get the cover, but hey …
The story behind this ran in the Ashland Times-Gazette outdoors page. Click on the link below a PDF of that page:
Thanks again to the Energy Cooperative for going through all that trouble to accommodate the osprey.
Last I checked, the pair were still on the nest. Still no sight of chicks. Disappointing if they don’t produce young this year. But, given a solid platform to build on, there’s a good chance they — or another pair — will be back next year.
Been hearing a lot lately about this “forest bathing” thing. Supposed to be therapeutic. But then, any walk through the forest would be therapeutic. Unless a tree falls on you.
I decided to try some forest bathing this morning. Now, if I could only find where I left my clothes before immersing myself.
I found a few more interesting windows on my Sunday morning trip to Fredericktown.