Guest photographer Maryann Nielson brings us today’s photo of an awesome little man-made waterfall-ish thing by the water treatment place (or something) by Riverfront Park. Very pretty. Thanks, Maryann!
I went out to take pictures yesterday, and my scooter decided to stop working properly at the first place I stopped. I don’t know how long it will be before I can get it fixed — money’s a bit of an issue at the moment, and the scooter is my only transportation — so I don’t know if I’ll be able to take pictures again any time soon.
That means more tree blossoms. This one was on a sidewalk on the corner of 3rd Ave. and Regis St. I didn’t even notice the fly until I downloaded the photos to my computer.
A Plea For Guest Photographers!
I have almost nothing to post, except a few I managed to take in my immediate surroundings while I was broken down. So if anyone wants to toss something my way, I would be extremely appreciative. Check out the Contribute a Photo page for details. Thanks!
Guest photographer Denny Barnes sent me these gorgeous night sky photos about a week ago, and then I forgot, so I didn’t get them posted. I am so good like that. So, with my apologies for being a dork, here are his photos. The first one (top) shows the moon, and Venus and Mars make an appearance with the moon on the second (below). Thanks, Denny!
Guest photographer Maryann Nielson made me one very happy camper by getting these photos of the albino squirrel at Pioneer Park. I first learned of his or her existence last month when Terri Jo Adams spotted him from a distance.
This is so cool. See Maryann’s second photo below. Thanks, Maryann!
In my ongoing effort to make the colder parts of the country jealous of my area’s unseasonably warm weather, I bring you: tree blossoms. I had to really look, but I spotted a tree along 10th Ave. sporting some blossoms, and despite the wind, I managed to get this photo of two cute little flowers. I look forward to more of the trees around town getting their spring on very soon.
My friend Jeff reminded me this gorgeous tree on the corner of 2nd Ave. and Marion St. was about to bloom the other day, so I went by yesterday to get some photos. Above the whole tree, and below is a couple of the blossoms. The flowers point upward, so I wasn’t able to get a top down view. Next time I’ll bring my jetpack.