Swan Song…


This is the last entry in this 365 photograph-a-day project
for 2010. The self-imposed obligation of making and posting a photo
every single day is kind of intimidating. Some days you just don’t feel
it. It has however, served it’s purpose. It causes you to look at
the world and to stop and study things that would normally just
blow right past you. From the tiniest things, to the big vistas,
you gain an appreciation for the variety of interesting situations
out there. It also hones your skills as a photographer, forcing you
into many different circumstances (lighting, weather, action, etc…).

It’sĀ been great, but I’m not going to make that commitment for 2011.
I’ll leave this site as is for now, possibly taking it up again for
2012. I will, however, try to make at least weekly postings to the
main blog site http://www.phranksphotos.com. My two other 365
project companions and I will find some way to challenge each other
to continue to improve our photographic skills (Check out our weekly photos at our Nowata156 page on Facebook). Thanks for viewing, I hope if nothing else, you’ll be inspired to go out and make a few photographic memories for yourself.


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Trying to master some off-camera flash techniques.


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is keeping a gauge on this old well, and hoping that someday the pressure will get above 0 psi.

Comfort Food…

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Nothing better than Chicken and Dumplings, prepared by Ms. Delozier for the Rotary Club lunch.


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This one didn’t make it…

More Fungi…

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Wow! Excitement over an electric toothbrush…

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My mother’s family brought with them from the old country, this taste for an egg-flour-milk blintz or thin pancake. Kind of deep fried so I wouldn’t call it heart-healthy! We called them curly-Q’s because of the edges. Eat em with syrup or buttered with sugar sprinkled on them. I only fix them now on very special occasions.

Layin’ Low…

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Pint Sized Nativity…

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Connie got this nearly indestructible miniature Nativity set to keep the little rascal’s hands off her prized (and fragile) ceramic set.

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