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photo: adirondacks

August 23, 2013

moose crossing

heron

dog boat

lake bird

kushaqua lake

kushaqua lake B

big sky

haystacks

adirondack road

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painting: cicada

June 24, 2010

On the same theme as my last post, here is another creepy crawler insect, the cicada. With July approaching, summertime is when we hear the droning of these critters in the trees. That is because cicadas are eagerly seeking for a mate, after having spent 17 years underground. They may be big in size and overwhelming in numbers, but don’t worry. Cicadas are harmless.

These are photos I took during the peak of cherry blossoms. They can be used as wallpapers for the computer desktop.  The resolution is 1600 x 1200 pixels.  Feel free to download.  Comments welcome and appreciated.  Enjoy.

photography: winter mountain

February 12, 2010

white out

mountain view

big trees

As I’m on a trip, away from my pencils and brushes, the camera will be my source of creativity.  Here are a few photos I took during my ski trip in Mammoth.

fall leaves

November 20, 2009

I’ve collected a pile of leaves this fall season, while walking the dog.  I can’t seem to identify the round one (middle, lower row).   It is not as common as the maple and oak species, and it has a interesting pattern of veins.

sketch: autumn

October 28, 2009

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A sketch of the trees and tennis court, looking outside the window of the cabin, during the peak of fall.

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