Karl's Photo Blog
Welcome to my photographic journey. I'll be posting a blog entry with a new photo each day for 2018. Check back each day.
I first started a photo of the day project in 2012. Tried it again in 2013 and 2015. Giving it another go in 2018.
A monarch butterfly chrysali on the side of a barn. We'll be keeping an eye on this to see a pretty butterfly!
Wabbit Wednesday with my favorite bunny. Miss Dusty was happy I turned off the flash this morning. I turned on all the lights in the room, and that was enough to get good pics without annoying the bunny with the flash! Anything for the Wabbit.
Back to Lake Crabtree to see if there would be a nice sunset. Things looked promising - we had clouds and it was clearing to the West. But it just didn't really work out. Still not a bad way to end the day.
Mom liked the first gobblet I made, so I made one for her! I gave it to her in July, but not before photographing it. It is time to share the photo as the photo of the day!
Great Blue Heron on the shores of Lake Crabtree. Went to one of my go-to spots... Looking for a sunset, but I found this big beautiful bird instead! I didn't get too close, he was trying to his dinner!
Been a nice wet summer so far. The mushrooms and moss in the yard love it.
Here is a nice little box with a lid for Mom. It is made of cedar, and it smells good! First little treasure box off the lathe.
The East Coast Greenway crossroads in Bond Park. White Oak Creek trail and Black Creek trails instersect here.
Dusty builds a nest with beach towels in this little basket. She has spent a lot of time trying to get things just right... hard to get a picture of this as she is moving fast to arrange the towels just right. Then she needs to rest, and maybe have some hay.
I visited my duck friends at Bond Park. They are a happy bunch of ducks.
Post workout selfie in the SAS Gym parking lot. Ran outside this morning. Low 70s with dew point the same... lots of mist and fog to start out. Makes for a moist morning run.
Huevos Rancheros at Le Farm bakery for Sunday Brunch. It was very good. Cinnamon chip scone, potatoes, and melons. Perfect. Matt had the Eggs Benedict, and that was good too!
Cary's oldest movie theater. Now owned and run by the Town of Cary, this theater hosts a variety of events. Good to have it back as a theater in the heart of the new downtown.
Here for 61 years, and going strong, Ashworth's pharmacy. Old fashioned soda counter makes this a landmark in the Town of Cary.