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Monthly Archives: March 2009

Cupcake & Spring

Flirt’s “Fantasy Island”: with light lemon icing & smothered in coconut I promised more cupcakes from Flirt plus I thought I’d also share a few thoughts on spring north of 55. In the blog world and on Flickr photos, everyone has been posting scads of photos indicative of their individual signs of spring — and […]

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Wapiti in Alberta

  This small group of young elk (wapiti) are in a field near our home. The cows (female adult elk) are kicking out their last year’s offspring and the youngsters are forming their own small herds. I captured this group of young gals just over a week ago as I was leaving home, heading to […]

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Hey There Cupcake!

I told you in the last post this would be much more delightful! How’s a cupcake in natural light grab you? I found this amazing place on my recent trip to Edmonton, Alberta: “Flirt Cupcakes”. It’s a darling little spot on Whyte Avenue (a great place for people watching, nifty boutiques & stores, coffee houses, […]

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Birthday Love

{This blog entry has been edited from the previous version.}   This is an image I took at a previous photo shoot — a child’s birthday party. This was a pair who were guests of the birthday boy. I only got two shots off but am delighted I turned at just that moment!

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Dog Gone Weekend …

It’s been some time since I’ve shared photos of my dogs. Rather than inundate you with multiple photos, I did a pair of mosaics. Since I did these at BigHugeLabs, I can not control the positioning of their body/head in the thin strips. Here is the first mosaic: Far Left: Austin, our male Australian Shepherd […]

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Home

“One’s home is like a delicious piece of pie you order in a restaurant on a country road one cozy evening – the best piece of pie you have ever eaten in your life – and can never find again.  After you leave home, you may find yourself feeling homesick, even if you have a […]

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