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What I See on My Morning Walk

I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. I took these during my morning walks, hoping to catch that elusive “perfect light.” Ah well, I’ll keep trying.-) rjb

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Ralph A Croning Photography

Ralph Croning is a photographer, and a good one. I used one of his photos in a post on noctilucent clouds. You might remember it. Ralph was kind enough to comment on that post, and that led me to his … Continue reading

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Asperatus

Cloud of the Day – Asperatus Asperatus, also known as undulatus asperatus and altocumulus undulatus asperatus, is biblical. It’s the kind of cloud that makes people think that the world might be at the mercy of supernatural forces. They might … Continue reading

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radioISS

Have you ever wondered what they listen to on the International Space Station? When Commander Chris Hadfield puts down his guitar, that is. You can see his cover of David Bowie’s Space Oddity here, by the way. Check this link … Continue reading

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Farewell Oliver Photo Club

Farewell Oliver Photo Club. The Oliver Photo Club WordPress site is no more. This will be the last time I can showcase photos from there, and I won’t even be able to link to the originals because they’ve been removed. … Continue reading

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Autumn Rampant

With autumn rampant here, it’s time for another batch of photographs from the Oliver Photo Club. You will notice that there are only two photographers featured today. Jeremy Cook and Brandt Leinor are the most faithful contributors to OPC, in … Continue reading

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Summer Ending

With summer ending and gently folding into autumn, it’s time to post a few more photographs of my area. You can’t all be here, but at least I can let you have a look at it. The header photo by … Continue reading

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Spring-Summer

Here is a selection of pictures taken by members of the Oliver Photo Club. The banner at the top of this post is from a picture taken by Jeremy Cook, taken at the time of the so-called SuperMoon. The next … Continue reading

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Pery Burge

Pery Burge died in 2013, but she left behind a collection of beautiful photographs. Asked how she generated her photographs, Pery Burge said, “I place ink in water, which I photograph . . .” Trust me, there’s a lot more … Continue reading

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Dewy-eyed

This could almost count as a cloud-of-the-day post, since dew is a meteorolgical phenomenon. But let’s not get dewy-eyed about that. Instead, let’s get dewy-eyed about dewy-eyed insects. Miroslaw Swietek took a serious interest in photography when he was thirty-five, … Continue reading

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