Killing time in small town Alabama

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Little Fish: Stevenson, Alabama: March 28, 2012


A little boy fishing at the boat dock at the Stevenson City Park one evening.Little Fish

This was a little boy with the family from yesterday, who was off to himself fishing.

This was cropped & retouched to clean up some spots that looked like dirt on the camera or something.  Taken with my Samsung.

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Happy Family: Stevenson, Alabama: March 28, 2012


A family enjoying an evening at the boat dock in Stevenson City Park.Happy Family

I saw this family spending some time at the boat dock at Stevenson City Park, & thought it made a nice shot.  It was a nice change of pace since I don’t do a lot of photos with people in them, not for this blog anyway.

This was cropped, straightened, & retouched to clean up some spots that looked like dirt on the camera or something.  Taken with my Samsung.


Gazebo in Silhouette: Stevenson, Alabama: March 1, 2012


Gazebo on Mud Creek at the Stevenson City Park boat dock surrounded by trees & silhouetted by the sunset.Gazebo in Silhouette

The gazebo at the Stevenson City Park at the boat dock.  Unedited.


A Bad Day for Kites: Stevenson, Alabama: July 13, 2012


A couple of kites tangled in a power line.A Bad Day for Kites

A couple of kites tangled in the power line at the boat dock at the Stevenson City Park.  Taken with my Samsung.


A Bunch: Stevenson, Alabama: July 13, 2012


A small grouping of trees reflected in the water of Mud Creek in the distance.A Bunch

I thought that looked like a bunch of trees, not so much that there is a lot of them but that they are bunched together by the water.  Taken with my Nikon on Mud Creek from the boat dock at the Stevenson City Park.


Field of Lily Pads: Stevenson, Alabama: July 13, 2012


A field of lily pads on Mud Creek.Field of Lily Pads

Picture of the mass of huge lily pads that grow in Mud Creek off the boat dock at the park.  They always grow up tall during the Spring when it rains a lot & the water is high; then in the Summer when the rain dries up & the water recedes the are left hanging out to die off.  They are really pretty when they’re flowering.

Taken with my Nikon.


Mucky Shore: Stevenson, Alabama: July 13, 2012


A small log fallen over in the grass next to the shore of Mud Creek which is mucky from dying plant life.Mucky Shore

Mud Creek, taken at the boat dock of the Stevenson City Park with my Nikon.  Edited the light a hair in this one.


Submerged: Stevenson, Alabama: September 6, 2011


The park boat dock The boat dock at the Stevenson City Park is submerged following heavy rain.  Lilly pads, river weed, & flotsam have floated up & caught against the side.submerged following heavy rain.  Lily pads, river weed, & flotsam have floated up & caught against the side.Submerged

This is the boat dock at the Stevenson City Park following a heavy rain.  I took it with my Canon, & it was cropped & warmed.

 


Evening Colors: Stevenson, Alabama: February 27, 2012


A cloudy sky full of sunset colors reflected in Mud Creek.  Mountains the background with the silhouettes of a sign & pipe in the foreground.Evening Colors


Fight Back: Stevenson, Alabama: February 27, 2012


A setting sun shining over Mud Creek with dark clouds closing in from the top right corner.Fighting Back