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Calm Reflections Photography shares beautiful photographs that can be placed on mugs, mouse pads, canvas, puzzles, T-shirts, coasters and prints. Joanna Macaulay makes souvenirs of St. Mary’s County for tourists and local residents. Information about St. Mary’s County attractions, travel, events and photography can be found at her site. She now does pet photography as well.







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Asheville to Blue Ridge Parkway Oct 26,2017

Our Asheville host suggested a great autumn location when I asked about someplace to photograph with fall leaves and water reflections.  We ...

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Redbuds are A'Bloomin'

In St. Mary's County the parking lots are full of beautiful flowering trees.  The cars in the background usually turn the photos into snapshots, so I just enjoy the flowers with my eye instead of a camera.  I tried my best to keep the cars out of these particular photos.  I especially liked the parking lot in Callaway where the Redbud trees were everywhere.

 
 The reflection is from the moon roof of my car!





The shadows on the wall were interesting.



Monday, April 20, 2015

More Spring Photos

Think Pink!
Just some pictures within walking distance of my current job.  Sometimes good photos are closer than you think.


Cherry tree in noonday sunshine vs afternoon 
Cherry tree blossoms

Red dogwood

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Easter Sunrise

We celebrated Easter morning at the Ruddy Duck Restaurant on St. George Island.  Good food. Lovely view.
http://www.ruddyduckbrewery.com


Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The Osprey Pair

As I showed on March 16th, the ospreys are back on their nests.  I saw 2 on my way home yesterday along route 5. 

Here are a few shots of this year's osprey pair.  They generally mate for life and often return to the same location, so I don't know if this is a new pair or not.  You may recall that our male osprey died last year, and might have been killed by another bird.

They have already had one argument with the neighboring osprey, according to Jim.