Time to hit the road for a spring fling; Nashville to Natchez. Is it hot down South yet? Probably. There's lot's to get ready after our winter hibernation. Heading towards the sun, looking for fried chicken and BBQ, romance and freedom, all things possible while shaking off the dust of waiting, but waiting for what? That is the question.
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Keeping some inspiration going.Read More
It's hard to write a blog all the time, and I'm easily bored with doing something over and over. But lots has been happening in our photo life as well as our lives so it's time to try this blogging thing again.
We are active members of the Portland Camera Club; we have been in several photo shows in Maine; we are preparing a show for a gallery in SC; we have been to Iceland twice and will return in a month; and lastly (but not least) we have bought and sold a Class B RV and and now have on order a larger RV from Tiger Adventure Vehicles. We will soon have our Bengal Tiger and plan to do a lot more traveling in the US.
Siberian and Japanese Iris can be seen up and down the coast in June and July. Another place to enjoy them as well as purchase some for your garden is at Eartheart Gardens in Harpswell. Open Sunday and Monday, 1-5 pm, you can stroll their gardens now through July 15.
Stone Coast Photography is pleased to have Portland Camera Club's past president share some of her favorite spring images.Read More
Walking in a garden, I tend to look first at the swaths of color, the various leaf textures and the big vistas. But when I stop, look down and see the small things, I'm rewarded with unexpected beauty.
Eight raptors are featured with their stories of injuries and healing at Wind Over Wings.
What shrub was discovered in China, named after an 18th century botanist and is known for being tough and reliable in Maine gardens and roadsides?
Rediscovering Ocean Point in the early springRead More