Sunday, November 29, 2009
This is really an image of a Monarch Butterfly from our fledgling butterfly garden on
some tall asters. It almost looks like a water color painting.
We have had our first frost and this will be the final Flower for the Day for the grand and glorious year -
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Friday, November 20, 2009
Thursday, November 19, 2009
On Saturday November 19 we all met in Marietta Georgia
for Bob's Memorial Service.I celebrated the occasion by forgetting
my suit. I now have a new suit. I spoke as did my cousin Lee and
the 4 orphans. It was an inspiring funeral fiesta. Here are some images
of the home my dad grew up in with his father Moultrie McKinney Sessions
and his mother Jane Drake Sessions.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Friday, November 13, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
"I'm looking over a four leaf clover
that I overlooked before ...." Typically a lucky find, this
one was even more so. My wife Jan was following a
spray painted line on the ground at Laumeier Sculpture
Park when she saw this apparently red four leaf clover.
It was really a red spray painted clover in a field of green
which she photographed.
Irish legend says that each leaflet has special meaning:
1- Fame 2- Wealth 3- Love & 4- Health.
We have high hopes that these qualities will inundate us
with success in all these domains.
My big bro' Bob died today in Marietta Georgia after
an extended illness. He was a beacon for my life. His
was a life of integrity. His word was impeccable. He led
by example. I would follow him anywhere and did. The
top photo shows Bob in RMNP with the Lawn Lake flood
washout and the other photo shows Bob with the Mummy
Range in the background (November 2006).
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Monday, November 9, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
The flower for the day is not a flower but rather
an interesting phenomenon that I photographed
several days ago. As I was coming downstairs from the
computer room I noticed the image of these 2 ghost bunnies
sitting in the front yard as seen through the dining room
window. At this time of year the sun is very low in the horizon
and as it shines through the glass sliding door in the family
room it can go directly through the breakfast room to the
dining room window where it has bounced off the dining room
window reflecting back to the family room at a strange angle
and the reflected light hits a classic white iron rabbit of my
fathers and this is shown as a double reflection in the dining
room window. I was able to take two images and the sun
then moved disappearing the ghosts. I'll let you work out the