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Nothing Much

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River Birch

I walked yesterday with my new Nikon camera, experimenting with my telephoto lens. I shot unceremonious subjects, mostly weeds and dead trees with a little surprise at the end. Forgive my ignorance of plant names.



Weed flower


Forest



Weed flower

Reflection


Dandelion



Flood remnant, high above the creek



Buttercup



Weed flower

Poison Ivy covering tree

Poo

Blooms

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Blooming now at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.































Roadscapes Revisited

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After several years of being exhibited at a gallery in San Fransisco, these pieces were sent back to me. It was like Christmas morning, seeing these paintings I did quite a while ago, as if I'd opened a time capsule. Each is 5" x 7" and all are oil on copper. They depict places around the country from the time I lived on the road in a motor home with my ex husband. This series was reviewed in the Los Angeles Times years ago when they were exhibited at Frumkin Duval Gallery in LA. I'll post a link soon. In the meantime, here's a link to the book I wrote about our 3 years on the road:
The Freeway