Today's Photo Shoot
The fog hangs above the lake across the way and it seems forever since I saw a jogger on the trail. I'm trying to remember how long it has been since I even walked it. I always loved exercising on that trail. It takes me a little over a hundred steps to actually get on the trail after leaving my... Sign in to see full entry.
I'm getting cold just sitting inside thinking about it. I need to either turn up the heat, or put on more clothing, or get up and do some exercises, or wrap in a blanket, or have a mug of hot soup, or maybe bake something for tomorrow. I think I'll maybe try a combo of all of them.... My nephew... Sign in to see full entry.
This is where I & their Dad were standing to take the previous picture of Ribcage & Preacher when they were teens and their Dad was still alive and I was a lot younger. Sign in to see full entry.
Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado has more than 100 peaks over 11,000 feet in height. It seems like my four sons climbed them all....or at least tried. Sign in to see full entry.
When an elderly person lives alone in an apartment in the city, it is automatically assumed that she is a fixed income, poor and needy person even though the complex is well kept and cannot be afforded by a lot of persons who would like to move in, or are evicted from, after the first month they are... Sign in to see full entry.
There was a time I loved taking photos, sharing them on this post, writing things about them. The photos would inspire me to write poems, sing songs about them, paint pictures of them, and what all. But, that was then and this is now. So, why don't I do it anymore? I still have two really good... Sign in to see full entry.
Today was a lovely day Sunshine, green grass Flowers blooming Breezes blowing Geese flying, honking The wind in the willows Sunbeams glowing Deer in the meadow Once I went outside I did not want to go back in. Sign in to see full entry.
Some years back I took this picture of a wild turkey that gradually became used to me and finally began to follow me home to stand beneath my balcony until I dropped popcorn kernels down to her and sometime already popped corn. I named her Hulda (not even knowing whether it was a he or a she. I... Sign in to see full entry.
My Seattle Grandson painted this piece of artwork. I just love it. It is one of my favorites of his works. Children standing in line, each of them so individual and detailed in their facial expressions, their postures, what they are wearing. And, I just love that little fellow at the end crouching... Sign in to see full entry.
One of the first plants to change colors in the fall is the sumac. Around here they quite often line the freeways and bring such beauty to the view of those driving to and fro... Sign in to see full entry.