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Farm Scenes. July 1, 2012

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A horse grazes by a barn in Montague, MA:

An uncommon silo for these parts, made of concrete “boards:”

The tensioning bands made a cool pattern on the ridged and grooved surface:

I know that this is a less-than-inspired post, but I’m feeling pressed, both time-wise and financially, as  I focus my efforts on getting Ralph Munn Photography to meet my financial needs, and blogging has become a very secondary part of my time allocation (Facebook thinks I’m dead.)

This is not necessarily a bad thing; there are signs of progress on the photography front, which I may take to bragging about as they become more robust.

Meanwhile, thank you for your forbearance.  You’ve been a supportive e-family to me as I’ve delved ever deeper into photography as a means of expression (a prime example of which this post is decidedly not!)  I hope to do better by you in future posts.

 

Random Shots. May 10, 2011

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Here are a few shots I took recently which didn’t really fit into any particular group, but were fun enough to share anyway.

The Deerfield River on a beautiful Spring day:

God smiles on our local wind turbine:

A silo alongside a railroad track in Williamstown:

Ominous skies, taken from our driveway and here rendered in black and white:

…and lastly, a first-quarter moon, short one day:

Sorry for the visual schizophrenia, but some days that’s just how it is!

Ruby Tuesday – A Suspicious Barn. February 8, 2010

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A big red barn glares suspiciously at a pair of ominously leaning silos:

Kind of a lightweight entry into the Ruby Tuesday meme, but that’s what I have this week.

For more compelling examples of Ruby in our daily lives, visit Mary over at Work of the Poet.