Monday, March 30, 2020


We had a very hard freeze last week on Thursday night and Friday night, down in the low 20s.  I brought a few Daffodils in that were about to open or were open to enjoy.  Of course I had to photograph them.  I shot these against my portable black background.

Sunday, March 29, 2020


I took today's image of my Live Steam c-21 locomotive on a friend's garden railway layout.  In these trying times while we are supposed to stay away from others, maybe I'll get mine in condition to run trains on it again.  I had started this past winter on nice days so it actually shouldn't take too much work.  Anyway, this is on his very nice metal trestle.  I need to learn to weld so I can do things like this for mine.

Saturday, March 28, 2020


March is almost over now but I shot this on the second day of the month on the way to work.  It was the last beautiful sunrise I have seen now that the time has changed.  I might get a chance for more if we stop having dreary mornings as daylight gets longer.  This is a 3 image panorama.  This type of image is best viewed large by clicking on it.

Friday, March 27, 2020


So in the midst of all the upheaval, spring has officially arrived and flowers are emerging.  This is a group of Crocus that were open when I returned from Indiana.  I liked the bokeh the rocks created in the background and Fridays are still Bokehlicious!

Thursday, March 26, 2020


Today's image is a little different but I liked the way it came out so thought I would share.  While in Indiana I also went to the Monon Railroad Museum.  The Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway, better known as the "Monon Route," was a local Indiana system serving its home state.  The museum had a lot of unique and interesting items and was set up very nicely with great displays.  This sign was one I had never seen before and I liked how the image came out with the current track behind it.  

Wednesday, March 25, 2020


Was it really only just 2 weeks ago that I was in Indiana and things were fairly normal?  Hope you are all doing well and staying healthy.  Get your info from the CDC, everything else has a chance of having incorrect info or recommendations.
Anyway, today's image is another view of Indiana's tallest waterfall in Williamsport.  I realized I did not state how tall the falls is and it was because I am very bad at guessing that.  I found out just how bad I am when I Googled it to share the info, my guess was 40 maybe 50?  It is 90 feet tall.  Yikes.  😅

Tuesday, March 24, 2020


The ACD Museum or Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg Museum in Auburn Indiana was filled with beautiful automobiles.  This is an example of a Duesenberg, it is a Straight 8.  I didn't record the actual year unfortunately but it is 1930s vintage.  I'm kind of partial to blue cars so it really caught my eye.