Saturday, March 31, 2007


These bamboo stalks are coming up all over my yard. If I ignore this one for a week, it'll be taller than me, and by the end of the season will be thirty feet high. So take a good look, because I don't intend on that happening.

Here are more pictures representing growth.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

dogs of art

Today I am correcting the scarcity of dog pictures on this blog. Above and below they frolic/sniff around a public sculpture garden. That is sculpture they're posing with. Or some form of herbacide.

Here we have the silver and bronze medalists in the bridge race.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

polka dot wings

I didn't take this picture (obviously). I found it on a nice web site while trying to identify a butterfly I saw the other day with black wings that looked like they were polka dotted. This might not be it, since this one evidently doesn't travel east of New Mexico, but it was as close as I could get.

Whatever it was I saw, the thing it reminded me of the most was this Guy's guitar:

Sunday, March 18, 2007


The nice thing about fire, besides using it to burn things, is that it won't let you take the same picture twice.
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Sunday, March 11, 2007


If I were as honest as other photo friday contributers, I'd probably display a large set of pictures devoted to the various bad habits I have. But I decided to focus on the kind of addiction I hope to never give up - in this case being near or on water. That's a vine hanging from a tree and casting a reflection on the river.

Saturday, March 10, 2007


This last week I was seeing signs of Spring around town. This would be early early Spring, which means we're about two weeks away from being in the middle of deep oppressive Summer. Well . . . not really. I believe these are dogwood trees. Or pear.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

uncaged heat

Here are some pictures of how I spent last weekend, including the one above of what appears to be a girl escaping from a pen.

There was a cookout featuring grilled foil. Maybe all the food went to the horse.