It may be too late to cash in our chips.
A Well Seasoned Skillet
This Wagner 8" skillet was purchased and used for 52 years by my most favorite food provider.
You'll find the dragon motif throughout Chinese architecture, such as palaces, walls, bridges, temples and even household items such as china and serving bowls. Some dragon names are spelled differently depending on the region of the country, but they all retain the same properties. You can place any of the nine dragons in various sectors of your home to activate the specific chi energy the dragon represents.
We can safely call one of these even-toed ungulates an American Buffalo.
Snow Leopard at the Brookfield Zoo.
Is it too early to be wanting for spring?
Enjoying their ride at St James Farm.
The Cana Experiment
Not as easy as you would think.
Dominant Left Talons
Notice the wear on the left talon. Can you guess that this is a Barred Owl from this shot? It is the vertical feather pattern on the lower part.
Hoot! Where's My Ears?
Most owls have visible ears. Not the Barred Owl.
Trying to regain that 'everything is a photographic opportunity' MOJO. It is difficult in this digital camera era with a film camera. But, as of April 24th. 2011 a digital instruction has begun for me with a nikon D-7000 w/lens kit. Thanks goes out to the encouragement of others to make what seemed a difficult change-over simply easy. I've got a lot to learn in both technology and technic. Thank also to the folks on this CMC site for the opportunities and challenges it offers.