Saturday, February 26, 2011


Set out this morning in search of eagles, I knew I was in trouble when I saw the
other photographers. My camera fits in the back pocket of my jeans. :)
I did see two eagles but just enjoyed their soaring and left the photography to the big boys.

I did catch this harbor seal sunning himself.

And this sign that February is almost over...


For some reason this sunset is whispering "spring is coming" in my ear.


I just don't get Ice Fishing...



Nathalie Miebach combines environmental science with basket weaving, origami and painting leaving this viewer amazed and enchanted.

I love the imagination and humor of "recycled" art

this graceful piece is made from recycled lathing.

Saturday, February 19, 2011



...Jay Nash's defining musical moment came at age12, after hearing a 90-minute Maxell tape with the 1971 Grateful Dead Live album on one side and Cat Stevens’ Greatest Hits on the other. To steal a line: What a long, strange trip it's been – and it's brought him where he is today.

No need to wonder why Jay's music touched me after I read this from his bio as I own both of these LP's and listened to them non-stop back in the day.
Long, strange trip indeed...

The crowd at this concert was so respectful, there was a good four feet in front of the stage that was empty. I could have run around and caught Jay at every angle but
felt it would be distracting to both the artist and the audience besides I was a bit
mesmerized by the magic myself.

Sunday, February 13, 2011


Another cold and dreary day, Ron and I set out at 7AM in search of owlets.
A family had hatched in an odd little park located between the North Station
and Mass General Hospital. We saw lots of squirrels (including a white one)
and this falcon but alas, no owlets.

These other two shots make me feel like summer is a long ways off.
Good news is that February is half over!

Thursday, February 10, 2011


Some nifty ice crystals that entertained me while I waited for the engine
to warm up....some days finding that half full glass is more difficult
than others. ;)