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Ospreys Building Nests – great for birders and photographers to view

Ospreys building nests is an annual event here at Tideland trail. The biggest part of this old nest blew down over the winter.  There was just a small piece left but they are now bringing sticks and adding to it. While watching these birds building a nest, you realize just how difficult it must be […]

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Moment of pride…

Do you mind if I talk about a moment of pride that I had recently? I have been meaning to write this post since shortly after Presidents Day. We were camping when the article came out. I got the printed copy on the weekend after Presidents day and figured that I would write a post […]

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2016 Boats – some of my fav’s from last year

2016 boats – a few of my fav’s. It is no secret that one of my favorite subjects to photograph is boats or parts of boats. I LOVE shrimpers which was pretty apparent as I was going though my photos to find my 2016 boats favorites. So here they are – big boats, little boats and […]

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2016 Birds – some of my fav’s from last year

2016 birds – a few of my fav’s. It’s been a while. I have to say that 2016 was a bit of a difficult year for me, starting with chemo and ending with a knee replacement.  Recuperation is going very well and I am hoping that soon, I will be out taking photos again. Meanwhile, […]

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Stagecoach Watering Hole – Somewhere in Maine

Stagecoach Watering Hole was one of those places that we passed up on the way to somewhere else. Steve was driving and I asked him to go back so he turned around and back we traveled. We actually do a lot of that and luckily he humors me when I find something that I would […]

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Hunting Camps – Somewhere in North Carolina

Hunting camps are found in almost every state. The older camps make excellent photography subjects. They are found in various degrees of repair or sometimes disrepair, and I find them a nostalgic reminder of times gone by. The one below is located somewhere in North Carolina. One would almost think it was an abandoned building–that is until […]

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Belhaven, North Carolina on a sunny afternoon

Belhaven, NC is a quaint fishing village in Beaufort County, located in North Carolina’s Inner Banks region. I love the town website description. It says “Belhaven, cuddled in the midst of Pantego Creek and Pungo River. Once known as Jack’s Neck, then Bellport, finally the town became known as Belhaven which means “beautiful harbor”. Belhaven is […]

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Northern Cardinals – Count the birds in the tree

Northern Cardinals have invaded our backyard lately. Don’t get me wrong, an invasion of this type of bird is most welcome. The only problem is that I stand at the window taking photos WAY too often. 🙂  In the last few weeks, we had red streaks flying all over the yard. So pretty!! All of […]

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Mockingbird – splish, splash, after bath antics

The Northern Mockingbird can be a pesky bird but I love photographing them. This one had just come out of the birdbath and the antics that followed were interesting to watch. I guess there is a lot more to drying feathers than we humans know. I snapped photos of this one for at least fifteen […]

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Wildflowers – Blooming fall color at Pungo

Wildflowers were still in bloom at Pungo last week. Believe it or not, I was up at daybreak and got photos of these gorgeous morning glories. Although there were morning glories of all colors blooming near the road, my favs were the purple ones and that is what I photographed.  Some folks don’t like them because […]

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