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Avian View 4

Related Posts by Shutter Bug: My Share of Bird Photos 1 My Share of Bird Photos 2 My Share of Bird Photos 3 My Share of  Bird Photos Gallery Avian View 1 Avian… Continue reading

Bamboo 1

I chose to place the light at the background of this photo to emphasize the amazing character of this incredible plant.  A regular feature of our tropical rainforests; the bamboo is one of… Continue reading

A Study in Green

I already forgot that I wrote this poem had FB not reminded me that I posted this article four years ago.  Already a bit disorganized because I was using a different template then,… Continue reading

Benches – Part 3

Related articles Benches – Part 1 Benches – Part 2 The Legendary Svetitskhoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta (travellingartist.wordpress.com)

Benches – Part 1

Splash!

I’m not really into sports photography but am always excited to try new subjects.  These amateur swimmers were practising in a nearby pool the other day in preparation for a swimming competition.  While… Continue reading

The Balcony – Part 6

Note from the Shutter Bug: This post completes my 6-part series of balcony photos with the lines from the poem, “The Balcony” by Charles Baudelaire as photo captions. It has been fun photographing the balconies of… Continue reading

The Balcony – Part 5

Note from the Shutter Bug: Back to the balconies, this post is the second to the last part of a series of 6 sets of photos which I arranged to correspond to the… Continue reading

The Balcony – Part 4

Note from The Traveller: Thanks a lot for following this 6-part series. For those who missed the previous posts, this is the fourth part of the series featuring the balconies of Georgia (the country), arranged… Continue reading

The Balcony – Part 3

Note from Shutter Bug: Hello again. Here’s the third set of my balcony photos of Georgia (the country) with the lines from the third stanza of the poem, “The Balcony” by Charles Baudelaire as a photo captions.… Continue reading

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