Thursday, February 13, 2014

Mixed Media

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Eventually a local metal artist will turn these recycled railroad spikes into scuba divers.

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Welding a golf cart.

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Mother and Child

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Spruce Road on the way home.

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Mixed media.

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Reflections of a flower captured in water droplets.

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Flash photography 1

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Flash photograph 2

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Flash photography 3

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American flag using the same process as seen in the flower photograph.

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One of two Female Pileated Woodpeckers living in our woods.  This is the first time that I've actually gotten a good photograph of this particular bird.

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Male Cardinal.

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Female Cardinal.

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Female Red-Bellied Woodpecker shot just as she releases from the suet feeder.

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Brown Creeper
It's impossible to tell the male from the female just by looking at them.

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