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Tiptoe Through the Tulip Fields

The tulips, once again, are coming to an end of their glorious blooming. Their blooms came later than usual this year, due to the below normal temps we experienced in March, here in the Pacific Northwest. That, plus the above … Continue reading

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Season of the Nomad

Here’s a brightly colored fellow that was brave enough to let me get my camera lens within a few inches of him. He’s a Meadowhawk Dragonfly, also called a Red Darter, and commonly called a Nomad. He belongs to the … Continue reading

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Haiku Photography Composition

An original photo/poetry composition between myself and Stephen F Kaufman, author of the world’s best-selling edition of Musashi’s Book of Five Rings. He recently published a poetry book, Homage for Miyamoto Musashi, with 122 haiku based on his interpretation of … Continue reading

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A Fish and a Poem

My good friend and author Stephen Kaufman sent me a short poem he wrote recently and informed me that he would like for me to pair an image with it. I thought long and hard about which photo I could … Continue reading

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Autumn’s Haiku

Autumn in a Japanese garden can truly be a Zen experience. At the Japanese Garden located in Point Defiance Park, Tacoma, I can find this type of religious experience. In a rather humble surrounding with big atmosphere, a walk through this garden … Continue reading

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