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Jacqui Binford-Bell
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Artist, photographer, poet and writer in the wilderness.
Artist, photographer, poet and writer in the wilderness.

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Clouds of 2018
Clouds in Shades of Grey If the monsoon clouds are not colorful then they look best in black and white. It always rather amazes the number of shades of grey in the clouds. Black Lake Dawn I bought my house because of the dawns. My windows don't face the set...
Clouds of 2018
Clouds of 2018
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Shifts of 2018 - Dark Times Journal
What the caterpillar calls the end of the world  the master calls a butterfly . - Richard Bach When it appeared, or I accepted, that we were going to be in this horrid shift in the paradigm for longer than was comfortable I just wanted to scream. No white k...
Shifts of 2018 - Dark Times Journal
Shifts of 2018 - Dark Times Journal
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Trees I Have Known in 2018
Lone tree This is one of my favorite trees featured in 2018. And as I selected my best trees for the year I noted it is the only single tree all alone in its landscape. And it is the only tree in this blog which is included in its entirety withing the frame...
Trees I Have Known in 2018
Trees I Have Known in 2018
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Hurrah for Celery
Aero/hydro garden First let me say I am not even sure I like celery. At least not the celery you buy in stores. But I had the same reaction to beets and carrots. Then I discovered carrots are not necessarily orange. They are yellow and red and whitish and p...
Hurrah for Celery
Hurrah for Celery
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Still Life Photographs of 2018
Silk flower in an alley in Trinidad One of my "tasks" of each year is to review the photographs and pick what I believe are the best in various categories. My father told me my first year of college when he handed me yet another of his old cameras for my Ph...
Still Life Photographs of 2018
Still Life Photographs of 2018
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Birds and Beast of 2018
My number one I enjoy photographic contests if only with me. What if someone asked you of all the photos you took this year which are your favorite? Or to narrow it down what are your favorite bird photos. Those questions to myself were one of my favorite a...
Birds and Beast of 2018
Birds and Beast of 2018
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And as the Sun Slowly Rises
I have blogged numerous times about the artificial quality of marking time. The end of one years is but the beginning of the next and where we set that day is capricious at best. But civilization seems to want to do it. And there are many proofs of that fro...
And as the Sun Slowly Rises
And as the Sun Slowly Rises
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To Post a Daily Photo or Not?
I have done the daily photo challenge since 2012. I got if off the internet as a way other photographers were encouraging themselves to take pictures. I have proven to myself I don't need to do that. I take pictures. I take my camera to lots of places. I ma...
To Post a Daily Photo or Not?
To Post a Daily Photo or Not?
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I Will Always Paint - A creative Process Blog
Painting is for me a journey which began in my preschool days with watercolors on Mother's Italian Linen table cloth. She was not always that thrilled with my early artistic expressions but did contribute to an endless supply of coloring books, paper, and c...
I Will Always Paint - A creative Process Blog
I Will Always Paint - A creative Process Blog
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Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, How will your garden grow?
I really have been an accidental gardener. I moved around too much to really put down roots outside of containers. And if I chanced, for a short period of time to have a plot where I could work the earth I was haphazard in what I would grow. Or attempt to g...
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