Oct 272017

Nature is unique

and we are destroying it.

Happy Halloween.

~ by Rodger Stuart Davis

Rodger’s photography books are available on Amazon.

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Rodger Stuart Davis

“Fueled by an image, thinking about words placed in a 3 line, 5-7-5 syllabled format to distinguish “RodStuDa’s Photo Of The Week” from the palpable plethora of photos permeating the internet, I thought that that would be a good Idea.”  ~ Rodger Stuart Davis

Born and raised in the Boston area, Rodger Stuart Davis, hated the cold. He went to the University of Miami in the 60’s and majored in TV production and art. He made it down to Key West and thought, ‘A wonderful place, I’ll live my life and when done I’ll move down here.” After 25 years of traveling around the country shooting and editing video for television, Rodger had his mid-life crisis and moved to Key West, as a street musician playing solo delta blues on the corner of Duval and Fleming. 25 years later he’s retired, selling scooters part-time, photographing, writing, and publishing his books on Amazon.

 October 27, 2017  Posted by at 1:00 am Issue #240, Rod-Stu-Da Photo of the Week  Add comments

  2 Responses to “RodStuDa’s Photo of the Week”

  1. A perfect Halloween photo, Rodger; what a frightful critter, given markings by nature meant to resemble a fierce face! Have never seen a web with that additional weaving, or perhaps a sticky substance the better to trap one with, my dear. Thank you, Blue Paper for the weekly addition of these wonderful photos.

  2. A scary photo and haiku.
    Thank you.