Friday, December 30, 2011

Construction Abstract



I think I will end this week with 1 more construction shot.  This is the same site in Seattle as yesterday's post.  Construction sites are a great place to get some really cool shots.  Unfortunately there aren't too many here in Maine.

Have a safe and festive weekend!
See you in the New Year!

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Super Stud


Is There a Super Stud in your Life?



When I was in Seattle I came across a construction site and I saw this Super Stud Beam and couldn't resist.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Itsy Bitsy Spider......



I found this little guy among my Lilac leaves,  pulled out the macro and clicked away.  I tried to identify this spider, but I started getting creeped out on the bug website.  If anyone knows please let me know.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Wire Basket in Snow



I love the simplicity of this photograph.  One of many photographed in my backyard.  There are lots to photograph in your own backyard, you just have to know where to look.  Take a look in your backyard.

Monday, December 26, 2011

Brown Anole




I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend!

This little guy is a Brown Anole who is basking in the sun near Englewood Beach, Florida.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Thursday, December 22, 2011

It's Snowing, But Not in December





Well it is snowing here in Maine.....If this was October 2010.....Yes we did have snow on Halloween and again on Thanksgiving this year, but as with many other states who would have snow by now we also do not.  It will come.......maybe

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Happy Holidays




The world's largest lobster trap tree!  Since 2003 local volunteers of Rockland, Maine have been building this lobster trap tree which consists of 152 lobster traps each weighing 40 pounds, 450 feet of garland and 125 lobster buoys that represent local lobstering families.  The tree stands 30 feet tall with a 5 foot fiberglass lobster to finish off this beauty of a Christmas tree.
I was hoping for some snow when I went to photograph this tree this past Sunday night, but instead I got freezing temperatures of about 12 degrees!  It was freezing, but well worth it. I hope we get some snow before they take down the tree otherwise I will have to wait until next year for the snow covered tree.

Merry Christmas...
Happy Holidays...
Season Greetings to all! 
Be safe and well!

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Chick Chick Chickadee





I enjoy these darling little Chickadees when they come to my feeder.  As they say "Chickadee dee dee dee".  I always know when they are around.  They frequent my feeder mostly in the winter time.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Sunrise on the Atlantic




Early morning in Maine watching the fishing boat leaving the harbor for the day.  This was taken near the Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde, Maine.