Category Archives: Photography
I overmedicated for dust and pollen, last night, and ended up sleeping until 11:00, this morning. By noon or a little after, I was out with my camera. The winds were much diminished, and when I went out again after … Continue reading
The day started with an early morning thunderstorm moving through, and then the wind came up. In the midst of it all (rain, high winds, >90°F temperatures, brilliant sunlight) I managed to catch a few pictures of the tulips that … Continue reading
The sun was out, this morning, and so were some new flowers…others had also opened up. The daffodils are growing, but no flowers, yet, and the tulips are developing nicely.
Winter overstayed its welcome (and there’s snow in the forecast for this coming Friday), but the tulips are finally up, and these pretty flowers are open on the northeast side of the house. This year, the narcissus have made an … Continue reading
There were snow flurries again today, and the flood has yet to come, although the river is expected to reach flood level yet this week. The tulip plants have finally made an appearance, but I can’t get to those on … Continue reading
Once again looking forward to flooding expected farther into spring than expected, I recalled the marvelous skies in the early evening of 17 July 2011, followed by still more rain. — Liz A view of the Red River from just … Continue reading
Some of my photographs are displayed at JPGMag.com, and at Redbubble.com you can find a portfolio of photo art for sale: postcards, note cards, photographic prints and wall art. Liz Bennefeld
This abstract photo, taken 21 February, is a close-up of frost on one of our west-facing windows. It calls to my mind ocean waves tossed into the air by a monstrous wind.