Just Above Sunset
March 14, 2004 Photography













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Note: These are digital photographs I snapped using a Sony Mavica digital still camera (MVC-FD-88) with built-in digital zoom (telephoto).  Feel free to use them as you will.  If you use any of these photos for commercial purposes I assume you'll discuss that with me.  Note: These are thumbnail previews.  To see a full-size high-resolution version of a particular photograph click on the "thumbnail" image.  You will see the full image in a separate window.
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A got a note from an old friend in London, Ontario, Canada this week.  I used to work with him there in the late nineties - and I do remember what March is like halfway between Detroit and Toronto.  He sent me some job postings and asked if I would consider moving back.  He said it was snowing.

 

I spent two years there.  A fine place, but I like it here better.

 

This is for those readers stuck in colder climes.

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Late afternoon outside the front door...

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Yep, these are really pink, and real, too...

At the end of the driveway in the evening fog...
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Same thing, really...
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Clowns in the courtyard here...
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The odd shots... looking down from the balcony outside my front door on some overly enthusiastic geraniums - and the house I notice in the hills behind me, in the sunset mixed with the evening fog rolling in off the Pacific, after a cloudless day in the high seventies...

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From last week's home page...
Through the clouds, the sun also rises, outside my window....

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