Monthly Archives: February 2016

Monochrome Madness 2-46 – “Barney”

Posted in Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness 2-46 Barney Baregate Light, at the entrance to Barnegate Bay, New Jersey, is one of my favorite lights–but I say that about most of them. It is the classic, tall lighthouse. Below is a … Continue reading

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A Fair Ride

Photograph of the Week What Does Cornbread Have to do with a Carnival Ride? Cornbread is a perfectly good reason to have a fair, if you are the little town of South Pittsburgh, Tennessee. For twenty years, cornbread cooks (chefs?) … Continue reading

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Why I Like Writing Proposals

The Abridged Version Long before computers were on every desk, I used to submit articles to magazines for publication to supplement my teaching income. This was surprisingly successful and over a five or six-year period more than 100 of my … Continue reading

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Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge 2016 Week 8

Eastpoint Lighthouse, at the Maurice River and the Delaware Bay on the shore of New Jersey, has appeared in my blogs several times. In the nearby town, sits this model of the lighthouse. Oddball? Maybe, but certainly different.  I have … Continue reading

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Monochrome Madness 2-45

Posted in Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness 2-45 Nostalgia What the city of Oz might have looked like-in black and white-as Dorthy and friends approached. I am beginning to understand why I really like monochrome/black and white photos. My first camera … Continue reading

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Maine Seascape

Photo of the Week While this may not be a gallery print, it tells a story of sorts. First, loved scouring the rocky coast of New England. There was always something to capture on film. This lobster pot and the … Continue reading

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The T-37 Trainer and Dragonfly

Tuesday Topics – Aircraft of the Month The T-37 Trainer was the unsung hero of US Air Force flight training for 52 years. In summary, the Cessna T-37 is a two-seat (the seats were side-by-side), twin-engine primary jet trainer. Designed … Continue reading

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One Word Photo Challenge: Barn

Living in rural Tennessee offers many photo opportunities for barns of all shapes, sizes, colors and ages. In response to “One Word Photo Challenge: Barn,” here are several–all within minutes of the house. The framework shown in the first two … Continue reading

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Monochrome Madness – 2-44

My offering for this weeks Monochrome Madness. Sewanee, Tenessee, is the home of the University of the South and a great place for a photo drive. The town predates the university by many decades, so there is some pre-university history … Continue reading

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Colorful Cycles

Photo of the Week Out for a drive earlier in the week, I spotted this collection of bicycles parked at this Swanee hotel.  

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