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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Total and Complete . . .

random humor
Ryan got a kick out of the various posters placed around the campus.

I asked Ryan to get a shot up through the tree and rather than focus on the intricate trunk and its off-shoots - he simply looked up, and snapped a picture.

that I couldn't figure an angle to avoid getting the construction "junk" in the shot.

I'd hate to say how many pictures were taken of the pathway that spans across the Kenyon College campus. Suffice it to say, we found it welcoming and entertaining. (there was a group of kids playing Quidditch, but it was hard to get a good picture of them without being obvious).


  1. This last shot is so incredibly beautiful! I love the color of the leaves, the path, and even the sprinkling of leaves on the path. This campus is beautiful; it looks so welcoming!

    And I've been practicing with the D5000 and it is so different from the D300s. Today, I put away the D5000 for now and took out my D300s again. It made me so happy! I just out and out missed it. . .

  2. I love that last shot, too - so jealous of the colors. It's been so warm here the trees are starting to just turn brown.....
    Thank you for your kind words on my blog - I'm thinking I like the selective focus post processing technique over the lensbaby.

  3. Nicki, I've been catching up on your blog and, as always, you make me smile, lady. It sounds like you took a small break from blogging so I'm glad I didn't miss too much.

    About your note on my blog regarding your china, I'd say that if your family is sitting down to meals together, the Hercules Corningware sounds absolutely beautiful to me. Really. I love a pretty table, but I'd be thrilled with hot dogs on paper plates if I could get my family together on a regular basis. Having said that, you are so incredibly lucky to have inherited china from two different generations! I'd love to see them make a cameo on your blog!

    Also, I agree with Angela, that last shot is gorgeous!