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Fuji, France and BABY GEESE!

Holy cow, time is flying! I feel like it’s been ages since we met up and the days just keep getting shorter, even as the clock says they’re longer (at least on this side of the world)! How is that even possible?? Getting Ready for France, ‘n Stuff Over here, I’ve been working behind the…

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A Weekend Chock-full of Animals

Visiting San Diego San Diego was calling. I answered. Mostly, I answered my awesome friend Laurie Rubin. She a wildlife and nature photographer, fabulous teacher and recently moved back to San Diego, where she’s a regular at the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park. She’s been beckoning. How could I resist? So…

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Then There's Jim

Peacock-Palooza! Yesterday’s post about Phil the Peacock has a Part 2. It’s name is Jim. He’s Phil’s fully technicolor counterpart. He also lives at The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine; and was named after the┬ádean of the Cathedral, The Very Reverend Dr. James A. Kowalski. What follows is what I learned about Jim…

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Of Geese and Goslings

Me Loves Our Geese You have no idea how much I love the geese who live on our pond. It’s crazy! Every year the same core group come back in the spring, no matter the weather, nor how freezing it is… no matter what. Every year, I eagerly wait to see if any┬ábabies arrive. They…

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Making Your Tech Support The Story

Opportunity in “Meh”: Change Your Eye-Set It wasn’t an incredible day at the beach, photography-wise. No epic skies prepping for an eye-popping sunset, no late-day golden filtered light turning everything in sight to spun gold. No, it was just a nice fresh day at the beach. And I was in the mood to photograph. So…

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