After my early morning walk along the Old Fisherman’s Wharf, on the way back to the hotel with coffee for the birthday boy, a mama deer and a young fawn were stopped at a “t” intersection in a quiet residential neighborhood while I drove by on the right-of-way. The mama didn’t seem stressed at all, […]

I took this photo several weeks ago in early May, after the early May snow that kept falling here Somewhere-in-the-Middle-of-the-USA.  I imagine that the person who posted it wanted to keep Lake Lenexa visitors from leaving the park land and entering their own private property.  I instead saw it as a plea to Old Man […]

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In 2012, I took a ridiculous number of photos at Lake Lenexa, from people on the water to bridges, from ducks to deer.  Here are three of my favorite shots from a walk around the lake on a snowy, winter day. What about you?  Do you have a favorite shot below? Lake Lenexa in the Snow […]

As a friend recently asked, “What is it about December that brings out the ‘year in review recaps’ and ‘predictions’ in all of us?”  I don’t know the answer, but I do feel myself being sucked in.  Because the “A to Z” series I incorporated into my 365+1 photo blogging project has been so well received, I thought I’d […]

I have had a hard time identifying the type of tree these bright, red leaves come from here Somewhere-in-the-Middle-of-the-USA.  This was one of the most helpful leaf identification sites I found, but I’m still not sure what it is.  By shape, it looks like it’s part of the beech family, but it’s really a red […]

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