Sunday, October 03, 2010

An Intimate Sunday Constitutional

At least, the photos I got today on my weekly long walk felt more intimate than usual - macros of mushrooms and flowers in Ballard Park, and wading birds hiding in the marsh grass on Gooseneck Cove.

[Note: For those of you who saw the warning earlier - I'm back up and running on the Internet. That tech support guy was as incompetent as I'd suspected. When I got back from the hike and after I'd had lunch, I came in here to discover that my Internet connection was just fine; it had been an outage on the local Verizon network, not my modem. So I'm back to normal!]

© 2010 by A. Roy Hilbinger


  1. ...I absolutely love the first photo of the egrets...the framing from the grasses is wonderful--it feels like you're peaking in on them.

  2. Those egrets are beautiful!

    Good for you for not having a modem problem. I think only once out of maybe a dozen times have we ever talked to a truly helpful support technician. Sigh.

  3. I agree with Kelly--really like the first egret photo--other faves are the second mushroom photo & second flower photo--but they're all good. Glad that the computer problem was temporary & not yr machine.

  4. Good to have you back Roy. Fabulous photos, as always. There is something about the way that you take photographs that make me - and I am sure other readers - feel almost part of the scene.