Author Archives: Melinda Green Harvey

Winter’s Passage

The entire day felt just like this.

near Canyon, Texas
photographed 12.30.2017

The Church (back)

On my last photo excursion of the year, I did what I always try to do: go around back. The day was cold and windy, so I didn’t stay back there very long. But I saw what I needed to see.

Dumont, Texas
photographed 12.26.2017

The Picnic Shelter (culturally appropriated)

Well…so…this is a real thing that I saw. It’s very near the location of the last battle of the Comanche tribe (which is often regarded as the end of the “Indian Wars” in the United States).

I’ll just leave it at that.

Dickens, Texas
photographed 12.26.2017

Ranch Gate

What I Did the Other Day:
1. Drove along skinny rural roads, looking for something to photograph.
2. Drove right by this the first time.
3. A few miles later, thinking, “Wait. Was that a skull on the gate back there?”
4. U-turn.
5. Photos, until the dogs across the road started to get a little too aggressive for me.

Turns out that it was.

near Roaring Springs, Texas
photographed 12.26.2017

A lot of people live here

In 2015, I took a trip to Nova Scotia, and posted some of the photos when I got returned. A lot of them, though, were held back for a project that I was working on. That project is (I think)(I hope) about done, which means there is a whole set of NS images still to be posted.

And here’s one, a three-shot pano of Hillcrest Cemetery in Lunenberg.

Lunenberg, Nova Scotia
photographed 8.3.2015

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