special slideshows Now and then I take so many photos of one subject I don’t see any way to choose only one to post on Today. I’ve also organized certain collections for specific reasons. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Of Harps and Fig Leaves: photographs of Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall This exhibit of sixteen of my color photographs of Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall includes a variety of views, from grand and distant to detailed and intimate. Read about it here on Today: Of Harps and Fig Leaves, photographs of Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall Or read more about the show itself on “What’s New in Bernadette’s Studio?”: Of Harps and Fig Leaves, photographs of Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Carnegie Photographed: my favorite images from my rambles about Carnegie This exhibit includes fourteen of my photographs of the town of Carnegie in all seasons, from details to distant views. Carnegie Photographed, my favorite images from my rambles about Carnegie __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Other Views of Carnegie and Surrounding Carnegie’s Main Street in Spring Carnegie’s Memorial Day Parade Memorial Day in Chartiers Cemetery __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ My Sister’s Daisies I don’t know what she did to get her daisies to grow so fervently, but I’ve never seen a display like this. My Sister’s Daisies __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Local Nature Walks This project is intended to one day become an online and perhaps print reference for the wildflowers of the Lower Chartiers Watershed, so I’ll be keeping them organized by trail. Nature Walks Around the Lower Chartiers Watershed Featuring: Wildflowers of a Summer Evening, July 2009 Panhandle Nature Walk, Mid-May Panhandle Trail, McDonald to Walker’s Mill, Mid-June May-June Wildflowers of the Lower Chartiers Watershed __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ From My Backyard It was the tiny spider in the delicate, worn web that inspired this. Winter Leftovers Nothing is more enticing than the jewel tones of berries, especially on a June morning. Berries Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... 4 Comments […] Today Homeabout my photoscopyrightspecial slideshows […] Loading... Reply […] Today an everyday image, every day • photography, art, poetry Homeabout my photos and artcopyrightspecial slideshows […] Loading... Reply […] can see a slideshow of the flowers here and linked to my photo blog, Today, and also on my old original photography website. It’s the same slideshow, just plenty […] Loading... Reply […] Special Slideshows […] Loading... Reply Leave a ReplyCancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.