Monthly Archives: November 2012

Zombie Bride

Best. Zombie. Bride. Ever.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 335/366 – Zombie Bride

Maris the Great

I’ve been a little out of action for a few days, so I’m going back and processing more zombie shots, since I don’t feel that I sufficiently tortured everyone with zombie shots back around Halloween. This guy goes by the name Maris the Great. The difference between him and most of the other zombies I shot was that he pretty much dresses this way all the time.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 334/366 – Maris the Great


Yet another crazy-colorful sunset. The aqua and red fringes were really there, and even more intense than they appear in this shot. Very cool.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 333/366 – Fringed


Not much to say here. I don’t know what it is, but it’s puffy, and I thought it was cool.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 332/366 – Puff


It appears as though this is the first time that Emma has graced these pages, which is a bit of a surprise to me, for a couple reasons. First is that I’ve known her since the day she was born and I have pictures going back to the beginning, and second, I’ve always thought she was one of the most adorable kids ever. Anyway, I’m fixing that oversight right now. So here’s Emmadoodle.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 331/366 – Emmadoodle


A fierce game of bocce ball conjures up a powerful thirst.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 330/366 – Thirsty

Leggy Up Close

This is the tight crop of the shot from Day 323 that I promised. It’s one of those rare shots for me that is in focus no matter how close you look.


I can’t remember if I’ve ever posted a shot of Aidan. He’s one of the kids’ cousins, and is about the same age as Jenna. This was taken at the post-Thanksgiving “fiesta” that has become an annual tradition.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 329/366 – Aidan

Scattered to the Wind

Fall is the season when many plants spread their seeds to the winds. These pods had burst open, and the seeds were being dispersed by the afternoon breeze.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 328/366 – Scattered to the Wind

Madagascan Moon Moth

The Madagascan Moon Moth, also known as the Comet Moth, is native to Africa, and is a rare guest at the Butterfly Pavilion. I got lucky on this day though. This particular specimen had just emerged from its cocoon and I got to watch it being released.

This Ain’t a 366 Project 327/366 – Madagascan Moon Moth