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The Picture Of The Day (Google Pixel 2) + 6 Also-Rans — July 12, 2018.

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Flowers Of “Made On Earth”, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire — July 9, 2018.

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Made on Earth“, the iconic, landmark store in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (the ‘Oldest Summer Resort‘ in the US), and I go back 25-years when I first started visiting them and getting to know the owners and their son. Well, last year, ‘Mary Beth’, the famous owner, asked me to help her with her Website. That was special. So, it is not often that I can visit Wolfeboro without stopping by “Made on Earth“.

That was also the case yesterday and in the Summer there is an added bonus. Mary Beth maintains an exquisite plot of earthly delights in from of her store. So, here are some pictures from Mary Beth’s “Made on Earth”. They were too delectable to be lumped in with my other pictures of ‘The Flowers of Wolfeboro — July 9, 2018‘.

Enjoy. If you are in Wolfeboro you really must swing by. It will make you smile, inside and out.


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Flowers Of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire — July 9, 2018.

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Back in, alway delightful, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire — the ‘Oldest Summer Resort‘ in the US within 72-hours of the last trip, this time for an orthodontist consult. [No, No. I am not getting braces.]  This time I explored other parts of town and inevitably there were flowers aplenty. So, here is a sampling. I took more but there is only so much I can post. I do have a specialized batch that I plan to post later. OK? Enjoy.


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A Loon Family Hand Painted On A Goose Feather.

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This is the breathtaking art of an amazingly talented (and incredibly self-effacing) lady from Bangor, Maine. She paints it naked eye — and without using anything to keep the ‘filaments’ of the goose feather from separating as she paints. Moreover, according to her, she has only being painting, in any form, for two and a half-years! She just discovered one day, in adulthood, that she can draw like this. This is mounted in a frame and cost $24. I would have paid more.

This was at the Wolfeboro, New Hampshire Craft Fair yesterday.

She did not have a business card or anything else and very politely declined to have a picture taken. She just gave us a list of all the Craft Fairs she will be at for the remainder of 2018. She will be back in Wolfeboro during August 10 — 12. So, you may want to try and catch her then.


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Flowers Of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire — July 7, 2018.

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You are always guaranteed a good, colorful display of flowers, in the Summer months, in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire — the ‘Oldest Summer Resort‘ in the US. A quick search, on this blog, of ‘flowers Wolfeboro‘ will attest to this. So, I was not surprised, when visiting Wolfeboro on Saturday, July 7, 2018, that I was stopping every few minutes to take pictures of flowers. So, here they are. Enjoy.


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Taking Selfies My Way — Part XXX; In The Eye Of An Alpaca — July 7, 2018.

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Part of the family of Alpacas that I helped rescue during a storm in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, exactly a year ago — at this very same Craft Fair. I took some pictures of it. He was 2-years old and talking a storm. When I uploaded this picture I realized that I am reflected, without distortion, in his eye, right way up. Amused I. Had to post it. You have to look carefully — into the eye. It will help if you ENLARGE. And there is I, feet apart taking this picture.


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