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Posts Tagged ‘Red’

It’s cranberry season and it’s always a treat to watch a harvest because it so technical and colorful. I think there must be a little bit of framer in me and everyone else who watches. Harvesting Cranberry harvest (wet-picking) Cranberries are harvested in the fall when the fruit takes on its distinctive deep red color. This is usually in September […]

The number three is supposed to have magic, Why? Three is the fifth Fibonacci number and the third that is unique. In the Perrin sequence, however, 3 is both the zeroth and third. The Rule of Three (also Three-fold Law or Law of Return) is a religious tenet held by some . It states that […]

Poinsettias are synonymous with Christmas and the brightly colored plants are a sure sign that the Christmas season has begun. Poinsettias are also synonymous with the Paul Ecke Ranch, the worlds€™s largest and most successful poinsettia breeder. The Paul Ecke Ranch has been growing and breeding poinsettias for almost 100 years! Today over half of […]

I like Yeat’s poems I cast my heart into my rhymes, That you, in the dim coming times, May know how my heart went with them After the red-rose-bordered hem. – William Butler Yeats

A visitor in my backyard today. Life is order, death is disorder. A fundamental law of Nature states that spontaneous chemical changes in the universe tend toward chaos. But life has, during milliards of years of evolution, seemingly contradicted this law. With the aid of energy derived from the sun it has built up the […]

This weeks First Friday Challenge is vehicles. I dusted off this old .jpg of a Duesenberg automobile from Charleston South Carolina. Enjoy the image and let it take you back to the old days, when life was simpler. Click on Image for larger size. http://www.photofriday.com/

No sure why, but the trees around the Moorestown Mall still have brightly colored leaves, I found the tri-color to be striking and not sure what causes it. I went back to photography them on Sunday morning. I think these are some form of hybrid Cottonwood tree. Autumn leaves for your enjoyment. Note: Click on […]

I was working around the house and these leaves caught my eye so I toke a break and shot some images. I used my Canon 500d closeup lens…first time…. and I must say it’s awesome.. Taken with back-light at 4:00 pm. Click on the image for the larger view and see the detail.

The photography was shot with Nikon D300, and a 105mm f2.8 VR macro lens, Rc1 Flash.