Greg Moore

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2020-10-26: 📷 Details from a weekend nature walk

2020-10-21: I love the Sunlit app so much but it totally destroys posts and replies like nothing else.😤

2020-10-20: In fourth grade, Ohio Art, the company that made the Etch-A-Sketch line, came to my elementary …

2020-10-19: “Dad, I found a new friend. Can we keep her?”

2020-10-16: Florida may be too warm for fall but we’re still getting in on the colors.

2020-10-15: 🎃Halloween cardinal with spooky feathers.

2020-10-13: Tampa, Florida USA 13:00 UTC-4 Since March, this corner has become the center of my world. I post to …

2020-10-12: My coworker really likes her cubical.

2020-10-12: Even the new Gray Catbirds are confused by the antics of the Morning Doves.

2020-10-11: An accord of peaceful coexistence was reached between rival factions this afternoon.

2020-10-08: “Good morning!”

2020-10-07: She may look beautiful but she’s actually the new bully of the feeder.

2020-10-02: My 20 year old hair trimmer died last night. I took it apart and discovered the battery was leaking. …

2020-09-30: For the first time in four months, we could open all the windows and let in some glorious fall air. …

2020-09-30: Facebook is the Sauron of the online world, Twitter the Saruman. Let’s rather live in Tom Bombadil’s …

2020-09-30: The first morning of fall temperatures has finally arrived and it feels amazing. (30 degree drop in …

2020-09-27: My sticker came! Thank you @macgenie.

2020-09-26: 🤖 Trying my hand at edge-painting my Gundam Crossbone model. It went so well that I attempted a bit …

2020-09-22: The sun’s fall shift in the sky means more of the glass in the house cast beautiful prisms …

2020-09-20: Island

2020-09-17: I want to go out and take photographs but this rain Just. Won’t. Stop. 😩

2020-09-16: The ferns and spanish moss covering these live oak trees make the walking paths beautiful at sunset …

2020-09-15: Yellow-throated Warbler decided to visit us today. We were hoping that the season change would bring …

2020-09-14: A relieving pause between storm bands brought out the sun and a few deer this morning.

2020-09-13: Humanity In Uncertain Times We want to know, from our vantage point in the present, that things will be OK later on. But we …

2020-09-12: Dove gangs are muscling out the nicer birds from the platform feeder. Not pictured are the other …

2020-09-11: Meditative garden

2020-09-08: More Bok Tower details. I wish we had more architecture that combined gothic with Art Deco because …

2020-09-07: Spent an enjoyable (but very sweaty) day at Bok Tower Gardens. The giant Victoria water lilies are …

2020-09-07: Proof that reduced bags are possible, @maique.😊 (She was about three in this photo.)

2020-09-05: Happy international beard day

2020-09-05: I was fortunate enough to capture the amazing jeweled colors in last night’s sunset. They only …

2020-09-04: New garden blooms

2020-09-03: Hummingbird visitations have been increasing lately. We’ve really been enjoying this little lady’s …

2020-09-01: I came to Micro.blog hoping to escape the mindless promotion and perfectionism of Instagram but I …

2020-09-01: 📷 Finally some sun after two days of non-stop storms. The plants and the birds are out in full color …

2020-08-31: 📷 Love – I have always loved watching the sunset play off of clouds and I’ll never forget this …

2020-08-30: 📷 Discovery – There’s always something to discover in the boxes around our home.

2020-08-29: 📷 Flake

2020-08-28: 📷 Emotions

2020-08-27: 📷 Overcome - It took several days of applying to get my daughter into the jedi academy before she …

2020-08-26: 📷 Hummingbird friend visited us again today. Luckily, my camera was sitting by the window. I just …

2020-08-26: 📷 Relentless – Florida storms always include relentless amounts of rain. That’s Disney’s Magic …

2020-08-25: 📷 Hope

2020-08-24: 📷 Frosty – A nice frosty glass of one of my favorite beers.

2020-08-23: 📷 Graceful – A great blue heron gracefully fishing in my parents backyard.

2020-08-22: 📷 Home – I’ve moved far too many times for a building or a location to capture my heart but wherever …

2020-08-21: 📷 Crunch – My daughter was born in a place where snow is something you only see in decorations and …

2020-08-20: 📷 Change – Raintree blooms signal the change to winter’s sweet relief in Florida.

2020-08-19: 📷 Ribbon

2020-08-18: 📷 Grid – The grid where models are assembled, computers are repaired, and small leather craft gets …

2020-08-17: 📷 Cuddly

2020-08-16: Good Medicine We’re at my parents and everyone is trying their best to make my daughter’s last Sunday of this …

2020-08-16: 📷 Stationary – I do not miss this even the slightest

2020-08-15: 📷 Silhouette – From the pre-Covid times when my family enjoyed dashing out to local breweries.

2020-08-14: 📷 Among – One of my shots among the white ibis.

2020-08-13: 📷 Filter – During a solar eclipse, the light that filtered through the trees became half-moon …

2020-08-12: 📷 sound – I haven’t heard the sound of a pay phone in over a decade. That’s why I was so surprised …

2020-08-11: 📷 Transport – Street view of Piccadilly Circus taken while enjoying amazing pastries at Ole & …

2020-08-10: Micro Monday – I highly recommend the beautiful photography of @pip

2020-08-10: 📷 Windows

2020-08-09: 📷 Black & White

2020-08-08: 📷 View – My favorite memory from Shenandoah National Park was when my daughter suddenly got a …

2020-08-07: 📷 Daytripping – From back when we could do such things.

2020-08-06: 📷 Bisect

2020-08-05: 📷 Flow

2020-08-04: 📷 Peace

2020-08-03: 📷 Bug - As in, “Don’t bug us right now.”

2020-08-02: 📷 Floating

2020-08-01: 📷 Up (Day 1 of the Micro.blog August Photoblogging Challenge)

2020-08-01: Cat Cora’s Recovery: Final Stretch Today we received the follow up call from our vet and learned that, yes, the growths removed from …

2020-07-26: Cat Cora’s Recovery: First Night Last night was akin to having a newborn in the house. My wife and I decided the easiest way to calm …

2020-07-25: Cat Cora’s Cancer The vet had to remove our cat, Cora’s, mammary glands from her entire left side this morning. One of …

2020-07-24: Our fierce hunter wore herself out protecting us from the local songbirds.

2020-07-23: 📷 The hummingbirds have finally found our feeder. So fun to watch!

2020-07-15: My daughter drew me an awesome birthday card this year.

2020-07-13: Pindo Palm Fruit I discovered this massive bunch of ripe “jelly palm” fruit on a recent walk 1 and learned that it’s …

2020-07-01: 📷 Intense afternoon light

2020-06-28: The tension is palpable in my backyard.

2020-06-24: Rabbit family visited this morning.

2020-06-23: Homemade key lime pie with a graham cracker crust and torched meringue topping…and then we …

2020-06-23: My family completed Voyager’s final episodes this evening and I’m really thankful for …

2020-06-17: The morning dove still isn’t convinced it’s too large for the bird feeder. (Update: Success! The …

2020-06-16: “The world needs balance and the internet is full of enough negativity, please don’t …

2020-06-14: 📷 Lazy Sunday

2020-06-10: Symmetry waiting to burst

2020-06-03: The spring lilies and orchids are putting on a grand show this year.

2020-06-03: This week and last have been nothing but Bjork and CSS Grid problem solving.

2020-05-30: Always nice to see a dad helping with feeding too.

2020-05-24: Lazy Sunday

2020-05-23: The first summer storm blew right by us but it was still intense to see it pass over.

2020-05-22: Solar Powered

2020-05-21: Our romaine lettuce stumps are happily regrowing themselves.

2020-05-20: New tricks

2020-05-19: The cats can’t get to the squirrel, the squirrel can’t get to the seeds, but the birds are happy …

2020-05-18: One of the biggest boon’s of working from home has been the ability to split my day …

2020-05-18: Reflection while squirrel watching

2020-05-16: Hey mister! Got any more of that seed?

2020-05-15: Titmouse breakfast

2020-05-14: Red crested lunch buddy

2020-05-13: The cutest club in town

2020-05-11: New color explosions are popping out.

2020-05-10: Evening Sun

2020-05-09: A new challenger appears!

2020-05-08: Pale Summer Sentinel

2020-05-07: Great Blue Heron

2020-05-06: Comfy Morning

2020-05-05: Garden Color Explosion

2020-05-04: Mother’s Garden

2020-05-03: Golden hour mirror

2020-05-02: Sunset Anhinga

2020-05-01: That Friday Feel

2020-04-30: Fallen Comrade

2020-04-29: A Place for Thoughts

2020-04-28: Beautiful Morning

2020-04-27: Sunset through the fountain

2020-04-26: Reading Nook

2020-04-25: Still raining

2020-04-24: Rainy Day Mood

2020-04-23: A spring with no cars

2020-04-22: Grocery Processing Station

2018-08-20: It’s too out here but still technically the first day of the fall semester.

2018-08-19: Shenandoah National Park

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2018-08-17: Small World FTW!

2018-08-17: I really miss London.

2018-08-16: It doesn’t get much more relaxing than this.

2018-08-15: Still a favorite from my Colorado trip.

2012-12-04: Typhoon On Saturday morning we sat on the floor watching, but not understanding, the TV news reports on …

2012-11-29: Dr. Nightowl or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Morning I’ve always been a night owl. From as far back as I can remember, mornings have been something …

2012-11-28: Levitation A tiny silver light shines like a brilliant star in the near total blackness of a bedroom. It’s …

2012-11-28: Day Moon On the one year anniversary of Don’s divorce, the moon appeared in the morning sky, bright and …

2012-11-28: The Scarab “AH! Bloody hell!” Screamed Reginald as he quickly pulled his foot from the boot. Something fell out …