Monthly Archives: July 2012

Into the Fields

One of the things that has fascinated me about living in the Midwest has been the farm equipment that occupies space in the fields around my small community. These huge pieces of agricultural machinery and the dedicated farmers are out … Continue reading

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Tungsten Bullets

This photo of tungsten M-16 bullets was provided by the U.S. Army Environmental Command in September of 2007 by using a Nikon D80. The picture was shot by Jean Skillman at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant. Tungsten isn’t a … Continue reading

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Smooth As A Baby

I came across this picture the other day and was mesmerized by just how soft and smooth the skin on this little one was. Oh to have the silky smoothness of a newborn! These days, we seem to be perpetually … Continue reading

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A Night Out

This photo, entitled “Drinking with Ted” was taken by Declan Merriman on June 5, 2012. I like the creative composition and stylization of this photo. It is just one of a series of similar photos that feature a group of … Continue reading

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Recharge My Battery

The alarm clock was not my friend this morning. One of those days that morning came way too quickly and more than one cup of coffee has been required to keep moving. As the alarm on my cell phone went … Continue reading

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Airborne

This photo of a airplane wing was shot by CEO1017 (no real name given) in October of 2011. I was drawn to the distinct coloring and the unique perspective that we get to enjoy in this photo. With the invention … Continue reading

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Welding Positioners

This photo by Stewart Black makes me think of the sparklers I used to wave around the yard on the fourth of July when I was a little girl. Yes, I do understand that this is a picture of a … Continue reading

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