Saturday, January 2, 2010

My Camera Sickness

I've been on call all week, so instead of getting tipsy on the 31st, I stayed sober enough to answer compelling questions like, "Is my fallopian tube coming out of my vagina?" Don't worry, it wasn't. I also spent the week taking hundreds of pictures. I have been a little sick about having my camera available for pictures. Driving home from work (without my camera), watching the blue moon rise, was agonizing. I also tried not to have a fit when I learned that we drove right by a golden eagle devouring its prey. I'm sure those "once in a blue moon" opportunities will present themselves again.

So what to do with the hundreds of pictures? I decided to pick my favorites and publish them here. I'm hoping to blog about something a little more exciting tomorrow. We will have to see how things turn out.

Slender Salamander

I took this picture for our new lip balm display.

Pumpkin Smiling

Blue Moon Behind a Tree

The neighbor's puppy stole Oliver's sword.

Frozen Bee


  1. Your photos are always amazing. I understand the frustration of not having the camera handy. I've had quite a few jaw dropping incidents with nature when I've been completely alone and had no one to share it with. I turn in a circle aftewards like I'm looking for someone so I can say, "Did you see that?!"

  2. Yes, I know how that feels...not having the camera when you come along something almost unique. The night of the blue moon I was driving to friends' house and on the way a perfect opportunity arose...and no camera. Now I have a backpack that goes everywhere with me, so no excuses now.