The Latest on Don Woolman.

The Latest on Don Woolman.

Hi Rod, Not much news to report on Dad since last week.  He had another long surgery last Wednesday. They have started to try and graft skin back onto his right foot but they had to remove some toes that were not viable.  He has several big surgeries still to come to put plates and … Continue reading

Red Winged Blackbird, Virginia.

Red Winged Blackbird, Virginia.

Red-winged Blackbird. Photo by Kathrin Swoboda/Audubon Photography Awards Category: Amateur Species Location: Huntley Meadows Park, Alexandria, Virginia. Camera: Nikon D500 with Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR lens; 1/800 second at f/6.3; ISO 2500 Story Behind the Shot: I visit this park near my home to photograph blackbirds on cold mornings, often aiming to capture the … Continue reading

Sydney’s Mortuary Station, end of the Line 1869-1938.

Sydney’s Mortuary Station, end of the Line 1869-1938.

When ­Sydney’s cemetery reached capacity in the late 1860s, Mortuary Station was built to provide access to a new site. Image Credit: courtesy of the Australian Railway Heritage Society Funeral trains no longer steam through Sydney, but Mortuary Station remains a haunting reminder of times past. 19th century, mourners would congregate at Mortuary Station, in … Continue reading

‘Flowers in Ice’.

‘Flowers in Ice’.

Botanic artist Makoto Azuma has added a completely new spin on the concept of ‘putting it on ice’. These stunning images depict a range of exotic flowers encapsulated in ice to preserve and present new characteristics, which might have otherwise been overlooked. This particular set of works was exhibited in Japan last week, but due … Continue reading