Looking back on the Airshow in Great Bend Kansas this past year where I was able to see these two World War II bombers Doc and Fifi. I wasn't able to see them fly and still a bit bitter about that since the sky cleared up and all the other planes flew. Sigh. Anyway, it was still great to see them in person at the old B-29 hanger.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Sunday, March 17, 2019
Happy St. Patty's Day! My image today has a lot of green in it to celebrate. 😜 This is the Cumbres & Toltec train heading for the Lobato Trestle on it's way back to Chama New Mexico. This image shows off the northern area's landscape fairly well. It's quite lovely and the scenery makes for a great ride.
Well the old brain failed me once again. Guess I was eager to get outside as we finally had a really nice day. This is a sunrise I captured on my way to work a couple of weeks ago. I really had to stop and take this when I saw that beam of light the sun was producing. This is actually a phone shot with my Google Pixel 3. It does really well with photos.
Friday, March 15, 2019
This is another in my Frozen Bubble Series and another that I did in afternoon sunlight in the Spruce tree. I really liked how these came out. The light was great but it was windy and difficult to get them to form without breaking even with the tree shielding the direct wind. I thought the few I was able to get were lovely and the snow in the tree created some great bokeh too.
Thursday, March 14, 2019
Happy Pi Day - 3.141... 😊 Today's image is another of the birds in snow I have been able to capture this winter. We had weather in the 60s yesterday and right now it is snowing again. Sigh. I'd like spring to stay. Anyway, this is a Dark Eyed Junco on the railing post of my porch.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Well, we finally have a warm day but it is rainy and incredibly windy. Sigh. I am looking forward to nice days when I can plant flowers and when the flowers will come up as well. I want to try these again. I love them but they don't seem to do well in the areas I have tried them so I am going to try one more spot and see how it does. This is the bloom of a pink Columbine that I shot at the Cumbres & Toltec station in Chama New Mexico.