Category Archives: year 5

thedailypic•Yr7•227/366•2418•Josie Plays

Yr7•227-366•2418•Josie Plays

My Doctor said he was happy I was getting a puppy, seems I might “do too much” need some “down time”, I do not think the puppy is helping. She is a huge distraction, I still need to get all that other stuff done and photograph, I mean… play with her. Chorus trip for Dan, Recital for Anna, Reunion for my wife and I, and somehow I need to find time to amuse Josie. And yes… she is much bigger.


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thedailypic•Yr6•297/365•2123•Sky Lion

Yr6•297/365•2123 Sky Lion July 24, 2015

Sky Lion
July 24, 2015

Just a lion in the sky, that’s all.


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thedailypic•Yr6•293/365•2119•Yard Bunny

Yr6•293/365•2119 Yard Bunny July 20, 2015

Yard Bunny
July 20, 2015

Just a young bunny in the yard.


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thedailypic•Yr6•249/365•2069•A Bird

Yr6•249/365•2049 A Bird June 6, 2015

A Bird
June 6, 2015

Watched the birds today.


Yr6•249-365•2049•A Bird


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thedailypic•Yr5•365/365•1826•Happy 5th

Yr5•365/365•1826 Happy 5th September 30, 2014

Happy 5th
September 30, 2014

Another year complete, October 1, 2009 to September 30,2014 – a photo everyday, thank you for looking. The picture changed a few times today, had a few ideas, see the dog and look at his tags below, I ended up with this. As for the words, I have a guest blogger since it’s a special occasion, my friend Ray took some time out of his busy schedule to share some thoughts on photos… thanks Ray. I hope you all stick around for the next year.


From Ray: A Life in Pictures

We can only hope for a book in the end entitled “(Your Name Here): A Life in Pictures”.  Or, at least, that’s how I look at it.  Pictures, or photographs, depending on your preference to the medium, have always been an important part of my life.  It started with a Polaroid in the 70’s that was bigger than my actual head, but somehow I squeezed off a few good shots.  In the 80’s it was a Kodak Disc camera which was futuristic looking and fit right in my back pocket.  In the 90’s I owned my first Minolta 35 mm that was used for a small aerial photography business I had for a couple years.  Then came the digital years which brings us to today and at least a million pictures later.  Even when the camera wasn’t in my own hand I encouraged those around me to capture whatever moment we were in.  From family vacations to school field trips to teenage shenanigans to weddings to births and so on and so on.

For me, being able to relive an event through pictures is the next best thing to living  through it.  A photograph is what keeps a memory alive and vivid.  A split second captured for all eternity to relive over and over again at one’s own leisure.  Sometimes the stories grow taller as the viewings of the photograph become less frequent but the stories, and certainly the visuals, still remains true to its original memory.  A place in time that will never be again but shall live on for eternity. Through albums and shoeboxes and, now, hard drives, we reminisce about the “good ol’ days”.  Better days perhaps.  Or days long gone for the better.  We have visual proof of the moments that shaped who we have become or who we could have been.  A photograph serves as proof that we lived and how we lived, how we loved, how we chose to embrace the world around us.  It tells the story of us.  Ray Auger: A Life in Pictures is the book I want published about me when I’m gone.  I want to show the world how I lived and how I loved.  Luckily for me I have become close to a wonderful photographer and a better friend over the past few years who can spearhead this task.  He possesses some of my most favorite photographs taken of me and my beautiful little life.  He asked me to do this great honor on the celebration of an important milestone in his career and life and I can’t thank him enough for that.  Happy anniversary to Tim Rice and his Dailypic!  Here’s to a another 5 years and then some!  Thanks for the memories my friend…

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