Somewhere, Under the Rainbow




While trying to find Scissor-tailed Flycatchers at Prairie State Park, some dark clouds drifted overhead, followed by a few showers. At the time of the showers, I was thinking “it sure would be nice to have a lovely rainbow appear!”. Just a couple of minutes later, I looked to the eastern skies and there it […]

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When Rainouts Are Fun!




Well, the first day in Rocky Mountain National Park has concluded. And the weatherman was correct … rain, rain, rain! :o) May sound like a lousy day, but it actually was a very rewarding day, despite the recurring rain showers. Arriving at Moraine Park (a wonderful place to photograph elk inside the Park) about a […]

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Fun Friday: Making a Bad Situation Good!




Yesterday evening, I was busy trying to get caught up on mowing my large, rural yard. Even using a 48-inch tractor/mower, it easily takes 8 hours to complete. And since I was behind on mowing (with my recent Dallas art show, followed by a visit to Oklahoma’s Wichita Mountains, the grass was extremely high) an […]

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Fun Friday: Rainbow Over Duluth




“You’ll never find a rainbow if you’re looking down.” Charlie Chaplin (1889 – 1977) During a short visit to Duluth’s Canal Park, a rainbow appeared over the horizon.    

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