Archives for October 2010


Objects in this image are smaller than they appear. This little fellow is about the size of a silver dollar.

Heirloom and Hybrid Bruschetta

The best Bruschetta comes from home grown tomatoes… here’s a blend of heirloom and hybrid tomatoes to get you wishing it was still summer.

Bricks and Flour

The signs painted on older brick buildings fade over time, and that’s when they start to take on a character of their own.

Guest Post: Colorado Barn

Today’s post brings you the photography of Kyler Nixon in the form of a Colorado barn after the storm has passed.


The age old question: Donut or doughnut? We will not answer it here, but if this isn’t one of the most beautiful photos of a jelly donut you ever saw, I’ll eat it.

The donut, not the picture.

International Space Station

All it took was a little knowledge, a tripod, a camera, and an alarm clock. Here are several shots I took of the International Space Station this morning from my back yard as it flew by.

Riding the Claw

Do you like the scary rides at your local or state fair? How about at the amusement park? Looking at these photos gives me pause…

Guinea Fowl

What is a guinea fowl? Part bird? Part dinosaur? Part rhinoceros? You decide… but here’s a photo to help you.

Remix II

The Remix II is the subject of this fair / ride photo. It’s a long exposure shot to capture the trails of lights.

Northern Redback Salamander (Plethodon cinereus)

Three photos of a Northern Redback Salamander (Plethodon cinereus), found in southern New Hampshire (at least this one was).