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When I was on my walk yesterday morning, I heard this ferocious honking of several geese. If they had not been making such a racket, I would have never noticed that two of them were up in a couple of … Continue reading
…take it.” I believe Yogi Berra is supposed to have said that. When I get for a three mile walk, I take the one on the right. For a shorter one the one on the left will have to do. … Continue reading
Photographing the same scenery over and over is a tricky affair. I don’t have much trouble doing so with seascapes, for the sky and water are ever changing. But I don’t have that here in Tallahassee and the oaks and … Continue reading
…is sure one of my favorites. Unfortunately it is often hard to see because it has been dozed down, paved over, or built upon. This morning I was able to get a walk in, and this is one of a … Continue reading
…of our gorgeous oaks and Spanish moss; from this morning when I went out for a walk despite the cold spell we were having. Of course a cold spell here is like July in Rhode Island or northern Europe.