Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Shooting Stars for Thelda and Karen

I'll start things off with Shooting Stars, Dodecatheon meadia, photographed on a prairie remnant in Lake County, Indiana. Honoring the memory of two favorite co-workers who were taken by this dreadful disease.


Scott Namestnik said...

As always, great photo, Keith. The depth is amazing.

And great idea for the blog this month. Hopefully we'll get plenty of people to post over the next couple of weeks.

Unknown said...

I dearly love shooting stars! I sometimes see them at near 7,000 ft. in the big Horn mountains near Meadow Lark Lodge, above Tensleep, Wyoming.