Last Updated on May 1, 2021 by dgvause

Photos are moments in frozen moments in time. Old photos show us how transient, and eventually meaningless, life is. There comes a time when everyone in the photo and everyone who has ever known them is gone. Then, what is the value of the photo….unless, maybe, your name is John F. Kennedy. But, for now, photos comfort us.

Box Canyon in Colorado National Monument

2/5/2021: We have an approaching snow fall. This little guy has chosen to take refuge in the Buddha out of the cold winds.

12/2020: This interloper comes around looking for a meal. He was a ways out so had to use a telephoto and crop quite a bit.

Jupiter, Saturn, and the Moon.

Jupiter, Saturn, and the Moon.

The best I could do while the Nikon’s battery was empty. Taken with my iPhone.

Frozen Marshes

Snowy Path

Dawn West of the Great Smoky Mountains

Dawn Looking West in Panama City Beach

Trailing Denise in Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge

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Waning Moon
Nikon D70s
1/400 s, f/5.5, 400 mm

Saturn and Uranus
Nikon D70s
3/5 sec. f/5.6 80mm

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