Since becoming a parent it’s been a common theme of the blog that I find it fascinating experiencing the kids getting older and, therefore, more able to process the world around them. This winter was the first time the twins could be out in the snow for more than just a few minutes. Not only […]
This time with mom taking the photos!
My neighborhood during the January snow storm before anyone had started clearing out snow on the second day:
The other day I posted about how the upcoming snow storm had emptied Costco. Here are some photos from the day: Scarlett had been dying for winter to get here so she could play in the snow: The front loader that came to clear the snow turned our cul-de-sac into a roundabout:
Snowing again. Haven’t seen my lawn in 2 weeks…at least I’m not in Boston…
Winter and Math in this Top 200 Photo photo #51 is: I’ve always loved how trees demonstrate fractals and I think that’s almost nothing so beautiful during the winder as a tree covered in a small bit of snow. It really brings out the structure of the branches and makes it easier to notice them.
We stay at Cornell for this entry in the Top 200 Photos. photo #160 is: This has to be in the top 3 most depressing photos I took at Cornell. There’s a certain beauty in the photo, especially now that I don’t have to deal with that weather anymore, but just remembering trudging up that […]
In my Top 200 most viewed photos, Photo #198 is: When people find out that I’m from Florida ask me how I’m dealing with winters in Maryland, I just smile and tell them that I went to university in Ithaca, so no Maryland winter can compare with what I’ve seen. Cornell tends to be […]
Here’s the background for February. A little shoutout to my alma mater. Click on the image and then right click to set as your desktop or save to your computer to manually set to the desktop.
The beach was covered with snow, but that didn’t seem to bother the seagulls. As I approached, they let me get really close and if I got closer they preferred to run rather than fly.
?This is part of my NYC Tet Travelogue. See part one here, part two here, and part three here. Unlike the previous entries, this one was written a week after the events, but it covers events from 14 Feb 2010. — For this trip, I had only three goals ahead of time. (Actually, three is […]
This is one of our neighbors clearing the snow out in his yard. Not sure what he was making a path to. Perhaps for his dog to be able to get to where he goes to relieve himself?
Here’s the calendar for February. Click on it to get the full size so you can make it your background. (edit: I noticed a bug in the way the calendar appeared and fixed it on 31 Jan 2010 so just download a new version, thanks!) For square screens: For wide screens:
It’s been a very snow-filled winter this 2009-2010 winter season compared to the last five or so years I’ve lived here. I think I’m over it. Spring couldn’t come quickly enough.
I was reading Scott Kelby’s Digital Photography books when he suggested making a background calendar to get my photos out there. A lot of people at work like to have these types of backgrounds and I follow another photographer/blogger that does the same. Here’s my January 2010 calendar. To make these your background, click on […]