Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Stone face hippy

Found this stone face hippy while hiking just above the Manoa Falls.

Stone faces? Don't get me started!

He looks kind of sad, somebody most have stolen his treasure!

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Faces In Stone

Snake eating Rabbit?

Alley Oop and Owl ?
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Tramatic sky

Come quick and grab your camera my wife said. I followed her as she dashed out the front door and was treated to this most tramatic sky!

There's a storm coming . . .

We had a big storm roll through on Monday night, Lots of lightning strikes, one even hit about a mile north of my house and started a small range fire. They got the fire put out about the time it started pouring rain, and I mean pouring.

You couldn't even see the mountains it was coming down so hard!

Monday, June 28, 2010

Night shot on Nikon D3

I took this shot on the Chinese New Year, I just
want to see how the camera handle on the high
ISO @800 without the tripod.

Taekwondo on Nikon D3

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Reno, and Virginia City Nevada

I have made a deposit at this
casino, but never got a chance
to make a withdraw yet!

Dallas Area, and Cadillac Ranch

I should bet on #4 instead!

This cat came up smelling the flower while I'm
testing out my new 105mm micro lense on the

Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe Captured on Nikon D70 18-70mm f3.5

Saturday, June 26, 2010


Is it on straight Mom!

Seen this little one at Cache,Oklahoma - Western Days Celebration -.
He was being taught Traditional Dances by his Dad.
Most exceptional at the fast ones. He kept perfect rythym with the drums!

Can you imagine the hours spent handmaking and sewing his colorful costume? mp
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New shutterbugs and the twins

We would like to welcome a new shutterbug to the blog, actually two. The first is Marion Parker and the second is Le Quyhn. Thank you for your great contributions and we look forward to seeing more from both of you.

I took the initiative of copying some of Le Quyhn's Kaua'i photos and creating a slide show of them for everyone to see. A few of us here on this blog are mighty fond of the Hawaiian Islands if you hadn't already noticed.

We hope you enjoy all of the photos that you see on the blog and as always, we look forward to reading your comments. Remember that you can click on the photos and they will open up a larger version in a new window so that you can see them better.

The Twins

These two fawns were born just a couple of weeks ago and this is the first time I have seen them since they were born. They were out with their mother looking for something to eat. I think I'm starting to get the hang of the new 150-500mm lens.