Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Shooting Suburbia 2: October~December '09

Yow-za.

The next installment of Shooting Suburbia features more of my hometown, with a couple of shots thrown in from work. The majority of these where shot durning the dog days of autumn, when the temps were hitting the mid-50's as late as Thanksgiving weekend.

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Enjoy.

Shooting Suburbia 2

16 comments:

  1. Now if there were just some zombies in the scenes it would be perfect!

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  2. Happy New Year George. How nice to see your family in the photos. Your kids looks pretty close in age. And, hey, HI HOLLY what a little sweetie she is. Nice to see fall colors. Frankly, right about now I would love to see any color except white, brown and gray. I'll adjust but it sure was nice on vacation. GREEN and BLUE and WARM, sigh......... :)Bea

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  3. Charles: I tell ya, I felt like a zombie taking those pictures. I think I was on autopilot in another dimension for the most part.

    Bea: Welcome back!

    Thanks, it was a pretty decent fall in New England. I think I got a good eclectic mix of pics this time.

    Jus wait for the winter ones I took. I'm gonna try to weave a super flash fiction story out of them.

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  4. Thanks. I do try to make sure that I don't get my thumb in the way of the lense (unlike my header up there).

    I do have a fun with my disposable though.

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  5. Only one thumb shot ;)

    Holly is a cutie! And your area looks lovely. I, too, thought those were some funky flower colors - lol!

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  6. Very nice way to learn about your hometown. Love Holly's picture. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I should explain about Holly. Holly was a cat my mother originally picked up at the local human society here. At the time (two years ago) I already had a cat (became de-facto owner when my mother lost interest and I was the one who fed him), so I really wasn't interested in Holly. However, because I fed the cats, I became the de-facto owner (or rather, a guardian) of another cat. My first cat unfortunately passed away about this time last year, so thus, I am now an owner of a singularly dinstinctive cat.

    Talon: Only one? darn, I was trying my best to get a large collection of thumbs. :D

    I thought those flowers were really funky as well, which was the main reason why I wanted the shot in the first place.

    Kelly: Thanks, and you're more than welcome.

    I should also mention that my cat enjoys waking me up by sitting on my chest and purring in my face at five o'clock every morning.

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  8. Hey - I like that G! And Holly looks only a tad camera-shy. :) Cedars Mountain is beautiful - what a gift of a view for your walk home.

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  9. Thanks.

    In the spring and summer, it's simply magical. It really does something to me that is really indescribable at times.

    And prior to the town/developer cleaning up that blockaded portion that you see in the last photos, the area in between really was something to experience.

    I don't think Holly is too camera shy other than she wasn't really in the mood that particular moment to have her photo taken.

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  10. someone left their recycling bin out.

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  11. Sometimes people can be the most laziest creatures.

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  12. Human Society? I hope you mean Humane Society :-)

    Lovely photos

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  13. Thanks.

    Yes, I meant Humane Society. Sometimes the brain doesn't work too well in our old age. :D

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  14. Sometimes though, it's a lot of fun. :D

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