Author Archives: Scott

Peacock

Hiding in the bushes at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo. I can't help but photograph the beautiful blue on these birds. “Too much tail. All that jewelry weighs it down. Like vanity. Can’t nobody fly with all that [stuff]. Wanna … Continue reading

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Giraffe Mugging for Camera

This Reticulated Giraffe was actually taking advantage of patrons feeding it lettuce leaves supplied by zoo staff. “Does the giraffe know what he's for? Or care? Or even think about his place in things? A giraffe has a black tongue … Continue reading

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Healthy Snack

Sumatran Orangutan enjoying a snack and chilling out at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo. “As an orangutan cannot embrace higher mathematics or comprehend the architecture and operation of a computer, we humans – so good at loudly proclaiming our intelligence … Continue reading

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Gator!

My daughter is a great sport! She wanted nothing to do with this alligator regardless of the thick glass separating us from it, but she still let me snap a pic! Thanks Fort Wayne Children's Zoo! If you know me … Continue reading

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Halfdan & Fluffy Visit America

Ha! Was going through photos and stumbled across the story of +Halfdan Reschat? and +Fluffy McSharkah Khan? coming to America the first time in 2013 for New Year's. I think I captured their essence in cartoon form quite well. Hehe … Continue reading

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Lazy River

Revisiting photos that I never got around to editing and publishing. This was from a trip last summer to Turkey Run State Park in Indiana with +Maddie Cramer?, +Rhonda Britton?, +Kari Tedrick?, and the world travelling +Halfdan Reschat?. #river #turkeyrunstatepark … Continue reading

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Just after the lightning, before darkness retook the landscape

It's a fleeting moment seen more through the memory of seeing than the actual seeing; it's quite literally milliseconds etched into your conciousness somewhat like light on film, but adding emotion to the palette. I used technology, and by far … Continue reading

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Lightning Over the Neighborhood Through Rainy Bedroom Window

Overly long but quite descriptive title for this image captured in the wee hours of the morning the other night after being awakened by a storm. Almost used a Doctor Who reference (fans will understand). Used #LightningCamera app for this … Continue reading

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Tanlines

This totally reminds me of Monty Python. Lol! Short socks, shorts, and sunshine. Took three weeks to dig the backyard pond; got some interesting tanlines in the process. ? #blackandwhite #feet #tanlines Embedded Link Instagram post by Scott Cramer • … Continue reading

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Catching Snowflakes

Remember being a kid and standing out in a flurry of snow with your toungue out, feeling the cold flakes touch and instantly melt in your mouth? As adults we see the snow coming down and dread things like shoveling, … Continue reading

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Dissected

This goes along with my prior post. The images came about because I was playing while shaving. I was making an arbitrary choice to go clean shaven for a bit instead of bearded. The words came about because I was … Continue reading

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Selfie

We are built in layers. If you look close enough, you can see; like the striations of a 3D printed toy, or the strata in the walls of a deep gorge. Layers upon layers of choices we make, thought out … Continue reading

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Flight

Made me chuckle out loud. You have to click through to read the actual comic. Worth it or I'll refund your entire admission price. Embedded Link The Gentleman’s Armchair – Ep. 93 – Flight The Gentleman’s Armchair is a comic—that … Continue reading

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Brothers

My sister staged this photo about 40 years ago. I think that counts as a pretty good #throwbackthursday post. I scanned and edited the original from the old photo to even out the color and bring out some details. Today, … Continue reading

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Girl Behind the Fire

Daughter behind the firepit before the sun fully set. It's the teenage pose, body positioned and framed around the use of tablet or cellphone; but for once not sheltered in her room. The call of s'mores at the fire is … Continue reading

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Weekday Morning

Looking out the back patio in the morning I wonder if anyone else is looking up or just watching the clock on their stove or microwave or wall or cellphone, their overriding thought to the task of scurrying away to … Continue reading

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Spin

If you think about it, we're all spinning wildly every second; the world spins day and night as it revolves around the sun and our galaxy swirls in the vast cosmos. Maybe, for an infinitesimal moment, in the right direction … Continue reading

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Blowing Bubbles

Another one from the same day. The bubbles were so fleeting in real life; burst or carried away by the breeze. In the picture they hover as if she could study them forever. They are captured in her gaze here … Continue reading

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Blowing Bubbles

I like the black and white feel with this one. The bright colors pulled the focus of the image away from the magic of just sitting outside on a summer day dripping soapy liquid from a plastic wand and blowing … Continue reading

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Throw back Thursday… Blowing Bubbles

To be honest, I don't remember if this shot was taken on a Thursday. Wait… That's not how this works?? Lol 😉 Thanks +Maddie Cramer? for keeping bubbles magical.? Embedded Link Instagram post by Scott Cramer • Feb 16, 2017 … Continue reading

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