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oct.-dec., 2004

Dec. 26, 2004
One nice thing about winter is that with the dawn coming so late you don't have to get up all that early to get out for sunrise shots. Up at four or four-thirty …

Dec. 24, 2004
Sometimes when you look close at the ripples in a stream, you can almost begin to wonder if there aren't spirits who live there, who slip into shapes for a second and then slip away …

Dec. 12, 2004
That night was forecast to be a cold one, down into the teens; so I set the alarm for early so that we could head out to get some ice pictures down on Dismal Creek …

Nov. 28, 2004
I told Junie to wish for a little color for the sunset, and there turned out to be a bit of a cloud bank on the horizon where the sun went down and the light show turned pretty spectacular …

Nov. 21, 2004
But we made the best use we could of the daylight we had left, slogging upstream and setting up and shooting as we went, and ended up at a pretty little falls, where we ran out of light …

Nov. 14, 2004
So there it was, mid-November and finally this area of maples along Bidville road as it goes up Wakefield Mountain had turned colors …

Nov. 7, 2004
So even though I didn't have much hope that it would pan out, we quickly jumped back in the car and switched to plan B, which was to head on over to my favorite tree in the whole forest …

Oct. 31, 2004
There was this place I found about three or four years ago, and I always had in mind that I would go there again some time when the time was right …

Oct. 27, 2004
Junie Moon and I didn't make it very far up Richland Creek, only as far as Yama and then Yellowstone …

Oct. 24, 2004
This week the wild and beautiful Ozark light was flying everywhere, and I was getting smacked left and right with more of it every which way I turned …

Oct. 17, 2004
It was great to get out in the woods again for the first time in five months and it is great to have something to post for you …