Summers Past - Bob Dunn Photography
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Summers Past

The winter here has been almost no winter at all; most days so far in February have been in the 60s or 70s. I have my personal strain of tomatoes sprouted and growing under hothouse lights upstairs, and I’d go ahead and move them outside except that, warm days not withstanding, we’re sure to have at least a couple of below-freezing nights yet to come before Spring truly shows up in person.

The seasonal wait has prompted me to remember the warmth of years past. I continue to make a hobby of turning photos into something more like paintings, and when I run out of new photos to work on, I can always go back and scour my hard drive for archived shots such as:

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The top one is a wrecked sailboat my wife and I found on a deserted beach on St. Croix Island a few years ago. We found it pretty incredible that, even on a weekend, so many beautiful St. Croix beaches existed sans people.

The bottom picture is a heavily processed version of a photo I took last summer, when our farm pond briefly contained sufficient water for my wife and youngest daughter to paddle upon in rubber rafts.

All too soon, I am sure, Spring will bounce past, leaving me in the steam heat where I will think fond thoughts of the possibly cool months of December and January.

Onward.

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1 Comment
  • Roni
    Posted at 11:30h, 18 February Reply

    You know as soon as you plant those tomatoes, you’ll have a hard frost.:) It made me laugh. We get so anxious here… the weather has been horrible! I’m so looking forward to planting those tomatoes!!

    There are many beaches like that on Oahu too and I love it. I spend a lot of time wandering there. Sure like the idea of paddling around in a raft on my very own pond.:)

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