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“The Shudder Bug (Photography)”

From: Seth Dillingham In Response To: Top of Thread.  
Date Posted: Thursday, May 11, 2000 10:16:53 AM Replies: 4
   
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I take a lot of pictures. Most of them don't come out very well! I think the people shots are pretty good, and I do a decent job with birds and plants.

Anyway, the shots that I think are worth including, and that I have the time to upload and which are already in digital form, will be listed here.

Lauren Deane: Year Two

Lauren Deane: Year One

Steve's & Penny's Wedding (August, 2008)

Jed's & Alycia's Wedding (June, 2007)

My Sister's Wedding

Herbophilia (plants and outdoorsy-stuff)

Birds of a Feather (avian imagery)

Creepies & Crawlies (bugs and such)

Blizzard 2001 (Pictures of snow and snowscapes. Polar bear in a snow storm?)

Riverbanks Zoo, Columbia, SC (1999)

2002 Tri-State Sea Coast Century (100 mile bike ride in MA, NH, and ME) with Jim Boyko and Steve Davis

2004 Tri-State Sea Coast Century with Jason Cicero, Steve Davis, and Steve Harper

I've also taken hundreds of pictures of our Birmans for the Elpis Birmans web site.


Discussion Thread:
  • Herbophilia (by Seth Dillingham at 5/11/2000)

    One of my favorite photo-subjects is plants. Weird plants, beautiful plants, flowering plants, even

    • Manchurian "Miss Kim" Lilacs - Syringa Patula (by Seth Dillingham at 5/29/2000)

      Syringa Patula Finally, my Manchurian Lilacs have bloomed! Click on a picture, to see a much larger

    • Pictures of My Azaleas (by Seth Dillingham at 5/3/2001)

      Click on a picture to see a larger version of it. This is the red/magenta azalea right outside our livingroom

    • Japanese Red Maples (by Seth Dillingham at 5/4/2001)

      Our neighbor across the street, Herb (how appropriate, eh?), gave us three tiny seedlings of red maple

    • Little Worries (by Seth Dillingham at 5/14/2001)

      Saturday I bought about 48 Marigolds at Holdridge's . Marigolds are very cheap and colorful, which is

      • RE: Little Worries (by Philippe Martin at 5/15/2001)

        Flip just told me that they're called "soucis" in French, which means "worries", but neither of us can

  • Birds of a Feather (by Seth Dillingham at 5/11/2000)

    This is probably the second best picture of a bird that I've ever taken, but it's the only one I have

    • A Lonely Dove (by Seth Dillingham at 6/7/2000)

      In the summer of 1999, I found this dove sitting in our backyard. It appeared to be perfectly healthy,

      • Re: A Lonely Dove (by Sean McMains at 6/7/2000)

        Wowzers! Nice shots, Seth. Good work! I've found that putting valium in the bird feeder is helpful for

    • RE: Birds of a Feather (by Murray Pearson at 4/26/2001)

      I like your cockatoo shot! This is my sweetie-pie Duck, an umbrella cockatoo we rescued from a neglectful

  • Creepies and Crawlies (by Seth Dillingham at 6/10/2000)

    The Shudder Bug (Photography) I'm just a little nutty with my camera sometimes, I'm always looking for

    • Moths (by Seth Dillingham at 6/10/2000)

      Corinne pointed out that we had some very strange looking moths on our kitchen screen... so, of course,

    • G.I.Ant (by Seth Dillingham at 2/11/2001)

      I remember reading a story in gradeschool about an ant named George Ichabod Ant. He moved into a new

      • RE: G.I.Ant (by Philippe Martin at 2/11/2001)

        Do you live near a nuclear power station, or something? ;-) More seriously, if it's a queen, where are

        • RE: G.I.Ant (by Seth Dillingham at 2/11/2001)

          >More seriously, if it's a queen, where are her wings? Um, duh! Obviously, it's not a queen. My mistake.

      • RE: G.I.Ant (by Thomas Smith at 5/23/2007)

        Actually, it seems to be a queen! A mated queen sheds it's wings after mating, so you've got either

  • The Blizzard of 2001 (by Seth Dillingham at 3/6/2001)

    "Blizzard" of 2001 Ahh yes, the big blizzard of 2001! We were supposed to receive between 10 and 18

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