Albums (22)

  • Butterflies [Lepidoptera], the Real Story

    Butterflies [Lepidoptera], the Real Story

    Last modified: 23 days ago

    Butterflies are insects in the macrolepidopteran clade Rhopalocera from the order Lepidoptera, which also includes moths. What we've done here is capture the essence of why we have these beautiful insects. Pollination. Great for crops, family gardens, and just beautiful to watch as they flutter to and thro.

    Butterflies are often polymorphic, and many species make use of camouflage, mimicry and aposematism to evade their predators. Some, like the monarch and the painted lady, migrate over long distances. Many butterflies are attacked by parasites or parasitoids, including wasps, protozoans, flies, and other invertebrates, or are preyed upon by other organisms. Some species are pests because in their larval stages they can damage domestic crops or trees; other species are agents of pollination of some plants. Larvae of a few butterflies (e.g., harvesters) eat harmful insects, and a few are predators of ants, while others live as mutualists in association with ants. Culturally, butterflies are a popular motif in the visual and literary arts.

    Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.

  • Crossroads Church Christmas Caroling 2019

    Crossroads Church Christmas Caroling 2019

    Last modified: 5 months ago

    Crossroads Church Pastor John Hannan organized his flock to do Christmas Caroling to four locations in Darke County and Randolph County where he knew there are people who would be alone this Christmas Season. He assembled a group parishioners for the singing and invited a photographer to record the events as they unfolded late afternoon to early evening on Sunday, December 22, 2019. This is their story and where they visited to bring joy to many for the 2019 Holiday Season. Photography and Video Producer: Bob Worth Jr Photography.

  • 1989 Family Gathering

    Last modified: 6 months ago

    1989 Family Gathering in Greenville Ohio - it was an adult only crowd as requested by Dad. However, if I recall correctly, Robbie came with me though isn't in any of these photos. Ray Gunn Jr came with Ruth and took all of the photos. The photos of Ray Gunn Jr were taken by Ruth. Dad was 84 years old at that time.

  • Class of 1962 Union City-Wayne High School Union City IN Reunions from 2012 Forward

    Last modified: 2 years ago

    Withing each Gallery, all images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time. There is an icon in the upper left corner of the lower case "i". It is the Information page which will guide you through the Renunions Album. What you can and cannot do, how to navigate, and several caveats. Please read before proceeding.

    What you see below are thumbnails. In the upper right corner you can select music while you view. Click on a thumbnail and a much larger image will appear for the single images or for the years, multiple images will appear in more thumbnails. Click on any thumbnail you like and a bigger image will come into view. From there you can select a slide show (upper right corner) or click on either side of the image to move forward (right side) or in reverse (left side). If you put your browser into full screen mode, the image will expand accordingly. The music will continue without interruption.

  • Artist's Gardens Fulfillment Center - Fine Art America Shopping Cart

    Artist's Gardens Fulfillment Center - Fine Art America Shopping Cart

    Last modified: 2 years ago

    Our best photos hosted by Fine Art America where you have choices of different products which meet your requirements such as Wall Art, Home Decor, Lifestyle, Beach, Greeting Cards, Stationery, Phone Cases, Apparel, Coffee Mugs, and much more. Great for displaying in business offices, medical facilities, home, den, perfect gifts, showers, graduation, birthdays, and other special days. Unique and Exclusive photography at reasonable prices and super guarantees.

  • Amazing Grace Series

    Amazing Grace Series

    Last modified: 8 months ago

    Much of my photography includes the world of horticulture. Although horitculture is beautiful in its own right, there are some species which take on a glow all to themselves and the result is, in my mind, from Amazing Grace.

  • Architecture From Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, and Ohio

    Architecture From Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, and Ohio

    Last modified: 8 months ago

    One of my hobbies with professional photography is documenting architectural styles in urban and rural settings. For instance, the barn you see when you enter this album was taken on a whim because we have a shabby, weakened, and falling apart century old barn with brand new doors. Then a "For Sale" sign posted. What's up with that? Life in the rural communities of south eastern Michigan won the hearts of judges in a photo competition which landed this photo in a New York Best Seller-Michigan edition in 2003.

    The barn is one of two (2) images that are included in the New York Times Best Seller- May 2003 and published in 2004 titled "America 24/7 Michigan Edition" ISBN # 0-7566-0062-6. Page 171 and Page 179. I submitted three (3) photos and two (2) of them were selected out of 1 million photos submitted from nearly 25,000 photographers nationwide [Note: Only 6,000 photos of the 1-million photos submitted were used in the 'America 24/7 Series'].

    It's not about one in a million. More like two in a million. I think, believe, the photos which were selected do represent Michigan and all other states in either a classical way or ironically depending on the perspective of the viewer. The book both in hardcover as well as softcover can be purchased from any bookstore as well as the on-line stores.

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.

  • Artistic Renderings

    Artistic Renderings

    Last modified: 3 hours ago

    Artistic Renderings is about a number of interactions with nature. From birds, Pets, Cloud Formations, Commercial Shoots, Fowl, Insects up close and personal, Rabbits in the wild, Mountain Clouds, Family Adventures, and a host of other intriquing subjects. Always there if we look and believe what we see should be shared, perhaps, even sold through commercial enterprises. If we don't record what we see today and save for future generations to know what we have, how else will history tell our story? Every photo has a story.

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.

    What you see below are thumbnails. In the upper right corner you can select music while you view. Click on a thumbnail and a much larger image will appear for the single images or for the years, multiple images will appear in more thumbnails. Click on any thumbnail you like and a bigger image will come into view. From there you can select a slide show (upper right corner) or click on either side of the image to move forward (right side) or in reverse (left side). If you put your browser into full screen mode, the image will expand accordingly. The music will continue without interruption.

  • The Awesome Beauty of Glade Mountain NC (#1)

    The Awesome Beauty of Glade Mountain NC (#1)

    Last modified: 8 months ago

    What is it like living nearly on top of a mountain 4,300 feet (1,310.64 meters) above sea level? The real answer is in the photos. The physical answer is AWESOME. Why? Clean air. Views from being on top of the world. Every minute, every day, the scenes change. It's never dull. Always something new to see. That's what this Album is about. View the life I lived for 22 months at 4,300 feet (1,310.64 meters) to 4,600 feet (1,402.08 meters) elevation above see level.

  • The Awesome Beauty of Glade Mountain NC #2

    The Awesome Beauty of Glade Mountain NC #2

    Last modified: 8 months ago

    What is it like living nearly on top of a mountain 4,300 feet (1,310.64 meters) above sea level? The real answer is in the photos. The physical answer is AWESOME. Why? Clean air. Views from being on top of the world. Every minute, every day, the scenes change. It's never dull. Always something new to see. That's what this Album is about. View the life I lived for 22 months at 4,300 feet (1,310.64 meters) to 4,600 feet (1,402.08 meters) elevation above see level.

  • Black and White

    Black and White

    Last modified: 7 months ago

    Something about black and white which intrigues our view of photos. Maybe it is the contrasting shades of black which give us a better perspective. These photos were once in full color and then converted to a Black and White view.

  • Butterflies [Lepidoptera]

    Butterflies [Lepidoptera]

    Last modified: 7 months ago

    Butterflies are insects in the macrolepidopteran clade Rhopalocera from the order Lepidoptera, which also includes moths. What we've done here is capture the essence of why we have these beautiful insects. Pollination. Great for crops, family gardens, and just beautiful to watch as they flutter to and thro.

    Butterflies are often polymorphic, and many species make use of camouflage, mimicry and aposematism to evade their predators. Some, like the monarch and the painted lady, migrate over long distances. Many butterflies are attacked by parasites or parasitoids, including wasps, protozoans, flies, and other invertebrates, or are preyed upon by other organisms. Some species are pests because in their larval stages they can damage domestic crops or trees; other species are agents of pollination of some plants. Larvae of a few butterflies (e.g., harvesters) eat harmful insects, and a few are predators of ants, while others live as mutualists in association with ants. Culturally, butterflies are a popular motif in the visual and literary arts.

    Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.

  • Butterflies [Lepidoptera]  Test the Lucid Theme

    Butterflies [Lepidoptera] Test the Lucid Theme

    Last modified: 5 months ago

    Butterflies are insects in the macrolepidopteran clade Rhopalocera from the order Lepidoptera, which also includes moths. What we've done here is capture the essence of why we have these beautiful insects. Pollination. Great for crops, family gardens, and just beautiful to watch as they flutter to and thro.

    Butterflies are often polymorphic, and many species make use of camouflage, mimicry and aposematism to evade their predators. Some, like the monarch and the painted lady, migrate over long distances. Many butterflies are attacked by parasites or parasitoids, including wasps, protozoans, flies, and other invertebrates, or are preyed upon by other organisms. Some species are pests because in their larval stages they can damage domestic crops or trees; other species are agents of pollination of some plants. Larvae of a few butterflies (e.g., harvesters) eat harmful insects, and a few are predators of ants, while others live as mutualists in association with ants. Culturally, butterflies are a popular motif in the visual and literary arts.

    Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.

  • Byways and Hiways - a Documentary of Life and Economics In North Carolina

    Byways and Hiways - a Documentary of Life and Economics In North Carolina

    Last modified: 8 months ago

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.

    What you see below are thumbnails. In the upper right corner you can select music while you view. Click on a thumbnail and a much larger image will appear for the single images or for the years, multiple images will appear in more thumbnails. Click on any thumbnail you like and a bigger image will come into view. From there you can select a slide show (upper right corner) or click on either side of the image to move forward (right side) or in reverse (left side). If you put your browser into full screen mode, the image will expand accordingly. The music will continue without interruption.

  • Chemtrails vs Contrails? Do You Know the Difference?

    Chemtrails vs Contrails? Do You Know the Difference?

    Last modified: 8 months ago

    Google "Chemtrails" and you'll see a wealth of information on how the United States of America Federal Government is dealing with a number of issues including vacinations. The difference between Chemtrails and Contrails is the length of time the trail remains and whether it spreads out across the sky from the sides.

    Click on the Info button on the top right for more information - it will be a white square with the letter "i" in the middle of the button.

  • Horticulture

    Horticulture

    Last modified: 7 months ago

    Horticulture is about plants, trees, bushes, weeds, herbs, and anything else which grows out of the ground. By definition "Horticulture is the science and art of growing plants (fruits, vegetables, flowers, and any other cultivar). It also includes plant conservation, landscape restoration, soil management, landscape and garden design, construction, and maintenance, and arboriculture."

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.

    What you see below are thumbnails. In the upper right corner you can select music while you view. Click on a thumbnail and a much larger image will appear for the single images or for the years, multiple images will appear in more thumbnails. Click on any thumbnail you like and a bigger image will come into view. From there you can select a slide show (upper right corner) or click on either side of the image to move forward (right side) or in reverse (left side). If you put your browser into full screen mode, the image will expand accordingly. The music will continue without interruption.

  • Landscapes and Vistas

    Landscapes and Vistas

    Last modified: 8 months ago

    Landscapes are about your camera seeing what you see from a distance.

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.

    What you see below are thumbnails. In the upper right corner you can select music while you view. Click on a thumbnail and a much larger image will appear for the single images or for the years, multiple images will appear in more thumbnails. Click on any thumbnail you like and a bigger image will come into view. From there you can select a slide show (upper right corner) or click on either side of the image to move forward (right side) or in reverse (left side). If you put your browser into full screen mode, the image will expand accordingly. The music will continue without interruption.

  • Lush Smoky Mountain Retreat on 3.34 Acres

    Lush Smoky Mountain Retreat on 3.34 Acres

    Last modified: 15 hours ago

    A true retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of large metro areas. This retreat sits at the top of a mountain, covers 3 acres of prime rolling real estate in Buncombe County Western North Carolina. The grounds of the estate have been manicured and sculpted in a miniture method reminiscent of Bush Gardens in Florida by the retired curator of horticultrue (for nearly 40-years) for Bush Gardens.

    There are 5 tiers of garden areas lush with plants which bloom gorgeous fauna from early spring through the end of the year. Several walking trails begin at the entrance to the property eventually merging together almost to the farest end of the 3 1/2 acres shaped of land in a shape almost like a fat bananna. The property sits at the very top of the mountain and overlooks vast scenery for nearly 100 miles of 360 degree views as the photos within will depict.

    The former curator Busch Gardens added 1500 Ft Of Stone Walls & Benches & Pathways & 29 Types Of Maple Trees & Approx 30,000 Daylilies & 15 Types Of Hydrangeas & Over 300 Rhododendrons & Redbuds & Dogwoods & Weeping Cherries, plus many more varieties of plants from the wild like thousands of May Apple plants which appear every spring.

    If you put your browser into full screen mode, the image will expand accordingly.

  • Macro Horticulture

    Macro Horticulture

    Last modified: 13 hours ago

    Macro means only one thing. The camera lens is placed as close as possible, without bluring, to the subject or object being recorded. What this does is to capture completely in focus only the primary object. In this gallery it is flowers, different kinds of plants, as well as the tinyest flora on the ground. In some cases, the surrounding area of the object is blurred which is a function of the macro process. Thus, the object will seem to "pop" such as giving you the impression of a 3-D exposure on a 2-D surface. "Pop" is an advertising term which plays with your eyes and how your brain translates what it sees - thus the object of the focus tends to jump off the background. And, by the way, it prints this way as well. On certain types of materials such as metalized paper, the effect is startling.

    All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.