#Project365: December Dullness

We had lovely weather this past December. Clouds hung over us most days, and often drooled profusely. Thus I was trapped to taking photos inside the house. As much as I appreciate still life, I feel at odds posting them online, as I'm sure few other than sketch artists like them. Oh well. However, I … Continue reading #Project365: December Dullness

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#Project365: November

November = NaNoWriMo for me, so Project365 became something to simply keep up with, or use the cloudy, rainy weather as an excuse to get some still lifes of the curiosities around the house. However, I did get outside some. In Arkansas, after all, the post-chigger season starts in mid-November. This means one can hike … Continue reading #Project365: November

Litter is Gold by Leah Markum

#Project365: October Autumn

As unfortunate as it is, I'm doing a Project365 in a year that happened to have rained a lot early in the year but not later, and I suspect that has led to the drabby autumn scenery. Last year autumn was a blast of rich color. Last year would have been a great year for … Continue reading #Project365: October Autumn

Upper Waterton Lake

#Project365: September Road Trip

In September my mom and I took to the road and drove from the southeast end of the Great Plains to Okanagan Valley, the land between the Coastal and Rocky Mountains in the Pacific Northwest. That is a lot of driving and we couldn't spend more than 11 days total when visiting my grandmother, but at … Continue reading #Project365: September Road Trip

hummingbird clearwing

#Project365: August

Still keeping up with taking photos everyday of the year and uploading every week or so.  What?  Project365 requests to upload everyday?  Whoops.  Oh well.  I catch up.  I have a road trip to British Columbia coming up, so not only will I not be uploading everyday but when I do upload I'll have exotic … Continue reading #Project365: August

Macro Redbud Leaf

#Project365: June

About half way through the month I ordered a reversal ring and Nikon mount adapters to cover the exposed back side of the lens while using the reversal ring. I won't lie, the reverse technique is difficult for someone with shaky hands--no vibration reduction, little to no ability to subtly focus on the most aesthetic … Continue reading #Project365: June

White-Tailed Deer Fawn

#Project365: May Wild Life

May was a good month to flip open some identification books, open tabs on identification websites, and start labeling organisms. Some were easy to the species, some I was lucky to have evidence to assign by genus or even subfamily. Some I've seen throughout much of my life and everyone seems to know the common … Continue reading #Project365: May Wild Life

Chipmunk in Clover Patch

#Project365: April

Another month of Project365 has gone by, and a little too easily. By that I mean I find more¬†subjects for photos¬†than there are days to take them and time passes swiftly, but I have been putting more time into editing. This is a good thing, as I used to not bother with more than a … Continue reading #Project365: April

Saucer magnolia (Magnolia x soulangeana) flower

#Project365: March

March came with a theme where I live: first fortnight dominated by light snow storms and the second fortnight revealing many spring blooms. Here are some species that entered the Project365 ranks. To think I've been at this for 90 days now--taking a picture and uploading it every day. (Though a few a had to … Continue reading #Project365: March