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I finally saw my first wildflower of the season at Willow River State Park.  I wasn’t too excited when it turned out to be a dandelion.  Within a yard of…

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I’ve started working on a project to photograph wildflowers in Willow River State Park from the start of the season until the frosts of autumn:  wildflowers in the same location…

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Yesterday I was looking for wildflowers.  There were none to be found.  I guess it’s still too early even though the last few weeks have been warm.  The only things…

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I went out in my car around 4:00 PM.  I wanted to try to walk to the Arcola Railroad bridge from the Wisconsin side to photograph it.  No luck; there…

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A few things on stems plus some odd photos.      

Winter’s detritus are the bits of last year’s plant matter left over after the winter cold and snow.  Everything is dried and shriveled, but there is still a lot of character…

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The current assignment on Outdoor Photographer is Shades of Green.  I remembered that the focus was on the color green, but forgot that it was an outdoor photography assignment.  I…

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I recently wrote about Jay Maisel’s book Light,Gesture, & Color in which he writes All year long I walk around shooting as minimally as I can.  One camera, a zoom lens,…

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I did this photo for The Daily Post‘s weekly challenge of Vibrant.

The challenge of the week on The Daily Post is Circle.  This is my response, the circle on the bottom of a somewhat overripe pineapple.  

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