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Photo Adventures in the Wild

Here I was, going along in the woods, thinking I was being very quiet and stealthy when this grey squirrel spotted me and started chattering in alarm.  It soon returned to gathering pine cones, letting me get on with my … Continue reading

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Photo Adventures In The Wild (White Mountains, NH)

You never know what you might see when you venture out into nature.  I love those moments of surprise when you see something unexpected, like this fawn whose antics made me smile as well as providing some terrific photo opportunities.   … Continue reading

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Photo Adventures In The Wild (turkeys & rabbits and deer, oh my!)

We’ve had our first serious snowfall and almost immediately, our woodland neighbors showed up.  Somehow, I think they know when we start putting out seeds and corn for the birds.  Our compost pile is close by where the remains of … Continue reading

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Springtime at Nature’s Way Studio II

It’s been like an episode of wild kingdom around my studio the past couple of weeks.  Every time I look out the window, there seems to be an animal or bird to watch!  It’s getting hard to concentrate on my … Continue reading

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Legacy Exhibit 2014 – New Artwork Added (Bryan Memorial Gallery)

I recently completed this little painting of a pair of white-tail fawns for the 2014 Legacy Exhibit at the Bryan Memorial Gallery.  My hectic show schedule the past several weeks hasn’t allowed me much time in the studio actually painting … Continue reading

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Winter Photo Adventures (white-tail deer)

Whew!!  Talk about your snow storms blanketing the world in white here in New Hampshire.  Of course, by now it seems as though it’s the entire country that’s buried in snow.  Enough already!  Putting aside the efforts needed to shovel … Continue reading

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Woodland Wanderings…(white mountain national forest)

It is a rare day when I don’t go for a walk in the woods.  Sometimes alone, but more often I am accompanied by my dog and/or my husband.  Rarely is the path we’ve taken a specific one, and more … Continue reading

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Art Adventure #4 (White-tail Fawn)

I had two photos of a new born fawn (thanks to a generous friend!!), which got put into the “idea box” earlier this year.  The first one I painted was so well received (see the story in April), that I … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring (white tail deer)

Aside from the emerging black bears, another sure sign of Spring are the newborn fawns of white tail deer.  I haven’t actually seen any fawns yet this year…it’s still a bit early for that here in the northern mountains of … Continue reading

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Painting Wildlife In The White Mountains (New Hampshire)

When we first bought our house here, we asked the previous owner if he saw much wildlife.  His response was an emphatic “no, never”.  Being a artist who paints wildlife, I was a bit discouraged by this but we went … Continue reading

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