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All the rain...

All the rain.

This will start as a rant so get ready. Yesterday I was looking at images on Facebook, specifically on a page where the group is for nature photographers to share images and information with each other. 525 more words

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Deep Creek. Trig - Tappanappa loop

This week Summer gave way to autumn, and with the cooler temperatures the way opened up for day walks. For starters I headed down To Deep Creek Conservation Park to join Class 11 from the local school where I work, on the last leg of their three day hike. 1,032 more words

Heysen Trail

Backpacking in the San Rafael Wilderness

I’m trying to find the perfect ultra-life painting kit to take with me when I go backpacking.  One trick is taking tubes of paint that are mostly empty.   56 more words


A Couple of Prismatic Creeks

9″x20″ Casein on Panel Click to Buy

When I went to mix the color for the water on this painting of a string of pools up San Ysidro Canyon, I was at a loss for where to start.   76 more words


Kayaking on Murder Creek

Easter Sunday was a great day for a sunny and peaceful kayaking trip on Murder Creek near Brewton, Alabama.

Murder Creek’s name originates from 1788 when a band of loyalists (people still loyal to the King of England after the Revolutionary War) heading for Louisiana, were murdered by outlaws.



Without warning culverts swell with hope,

Meltwaters surge where ice and snow once reigned absolute.

All vestiges of Winter succumb to its vortex;

What is annihilates what has been, 29 more words


Hiking King Peak in King Range Conservation Area

King Peak is the tallest mountain in the King Mountain Range.  At 4091 feet /1247 meters, it isn’t terribly tall.  But its got near enough to 3,000 feet of prominence (height from the ground the mountain is on to the top of the mountain), which makes it tall enough for me. 458 more words