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Sunday, May 22, 2016

Ahhh! The Merry Month of May ...

Pretty, Grassy Thing


Maple Goddess

Looking Up

May, 2016 is almost over as I write this.  I have lots to do in the yard, but have been focused on the wonderful photography exhibition opportunities I have been given.

Ongoing until Friday, May 27th

Exposures: A Photo Montage by Ruthanne Bauerle
Chromos Eyewear, 5166 Butler Street, Lawrenceville
Curated by Carolyn Pierotti, Purple Room Fine Art

Wash Hands

Arts and Crafts in the Library
 Flavors of our Community
Ruthanne F. Bauerle, Photographer
Cooper-Siegel Library
May 25th through October, 2016

And, coming up in July, 2016,

Haunted by Dolls and Other Works
Pittsburgh Filmmakers

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Nature Photography Challenge

Last week, I was challenged by Mark Panza to post a nature photograph each day for seven days and nominate someone new each day to do the same.  The photographs above are the ones I posted.  I found it a hard decision to choose which ones to post since I have hundreds of them; nature being one of my favorite topics.  So, just for fun, I created a flickr album containing all of the photographs I contemplated using.  All of the photographs were taken in Potter County, PA at our camp.  I hope you enjoy them!  The link is  

Please contact me with any cool photography ideas or outings .....

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Naples, Florida Trip

The weather was rather interesting during our visit.  We had high winds and severe thunderstorms at times, but lovely near 80 degree days as well.  It was great fun being with old friends and eating scrumptious meals as well as relaxing and reading.

High Waves

Wild Winds

Lovely Day

The Walker

Evening Sky

Golden Light

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Stuff Found When Googling Yourself

Lo and behold!  I found that one of my pictures had been selected for showing on Photo Review's 2010 Competition Entries page under the Panoramas category.  Who knew??

Laundry Line

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Maine Trip

It has been ages since I blogged!

Earlier this month I had a wonderful trip to Maine with my son, Philip.  We visited many beloved relatives and friends, saw some lovely sights and enjoyed being refreshed by the loving environment and salt air!

Oh, and we took pictures  : )  I am enclosing some panos and other faves.

Have a wonderful holiday season!

Lands' End

Lookout Point



Heart Rock


Always keep me in mind for photo opportunities.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Picklesburgh, July, 2015

Last weekend the City of Pittsburgh celebrated Picklesburgh on the Rachel Carson Bridge.  The weather was hot, but perfect for an outing and a happening downtown.  Booths sold foods from pickles to pierogies and ice cream and beer.  Musicians were great - especially enjoyed a singer from the Boulevard of the Allies band.  Hope you enjoy my photographs from the event.

Always looking for events and spots to photograph.  Keep in touch!



Monday, July 13, 2015

Photo Walk with John Craig

Back sometime in 2009, I attended a blogging workshop led by John Craig at Silver Eye Center for Photography.  We have corresponded by Facebook and Blogs since then, but on Sunday, we saw each other for the first time since that two-day workshop.  John is kind, supportive and non-critical.  His workshops/walks are informative and he responds to every question with information that reflects the photographic understanding of the questioner.  For that, I am most appreciative.

His wife, Elizabeth, and he are wedding photographers.  Their website is  There is an Email you can sign up for to peek at their latest fabulous works and learn more about their services and skills.  I recommend it highly as well as the blogs and John's work that can be found there.

Below are a couple of photographs I took during our walk on Sunday.

John Craig

Willing Model

The High Points of Pittsburgh From West Park

Bridge Shadows

Hydrant Top


The Walk Group and the Hydrant