Nature’s Humor

After the crocus, daffodil and tulips poke through the ground spearheading the invasion of Spring, other plants are quick to follow suit. Slow at first, but momentum builds fast as Spring sheds its dark and gloomy shroud of Winter. Before long there is a vertical stampede of growth.  Everything is popping up providing a noticeable daily change in contour of … Continue reading Nature’s Humor

Lunar Eclipse

Sunday night, a week ago, I was out shooting the moon -- no, not going for it all in a pitch game, but photographing the lunar eclipse.  It was a lunar eclipse of a super moon or blood moon, which has only happened four times in the last 100 years.  I thought I should try … Continue reading Lunar Eclipse