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Monday, May 28th, 2018 This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Monday group is “All Natural.” From this week’s instructions (from Steve Crawford): A couple weeks ago the theme was “plastic”. This week we will go a different direction. One definition of “natural” and the one we will use is “caused by nature; not made or caused by […]

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Monday, June 5th, 2017 This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Monday group is “Silhouette.” From this week’s instructions: In last week’s theme discussion thread I challenged Gilbert de Bruijn to come up with a theme for Macro Mondays because he wasn’t very fond of the theme I had selected. Here is his idea for next week’s theme, in […]

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I’m so glad there was no school last Friday, we all needed a break. Thursday night we went to the Comal County Fair, so I’m sharing some photos I took there. Anna did pretty good walking around, but mom took her home after about an hour. Dominic met up with his friend Colby so we […]

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  • lynn - I love the close up web perspective – what fun for you to join NBPS. Have you ever taken the kids to Hill country Science Mill in Johnson City? I heard it’s pretty cool.

    Hope you guys have a great weekend
    LynnReplyCancel

    • Holly - Thanks, Lynn! I’ve not heard of the Hill Country Science Mill… have to look it up. Thanks for the tip!ReplyCancel

In honor of Halloween and the fact that it’s been over a month since I’ve posted anything, I thought I’d go back into my archives and post a couple of super creepy spider pictures. For those that are scared of spiders, I’m sorry! But I’m fascinated by their minute details. This image is from April. […]

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Got my surgery scheduled… my total thyroidectomy will be done on Thursday, September 3rd. Chances are that the left nodule is benign like the right one, but living with this uncertainty all summer has taken its toll. It will be good to know. For those that missed my earlier post, I had a biopsy that […]

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