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Steller’s jay

Last summer, in the backyard, peanuts as a lure.







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While we were in the mountains, my niece found these bug-chewed leaves in the woods and gifted me a stack of them. I thought they were amazing, flattened them in a book and then later, took some macro shots of them. These prints were made with contact negatives from the original digital shots, I then used a palladium process and sun exposure to achieve the print.



The best so far...

Happy accident via water spillage...



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Leaf macro

Leaf, probably some oak kind of thing, found in the driveway. Backdrop is an old oil painting, with nice texture and color…

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Snowy shell

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A rare snow

We rarely get snow and it’s quite an event when it happens, even if it’s only a tiny bit. The snow is melting away in the sun this afternoon, but the garden was a different world this morning.

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