Flat Animal In the dark Brand new Black and White Down the road In the mirror
This is the third week of my photo a day project. Sign (We had some remodeling done. I recommend these people if you’re local. They were pleasant, worked quickly, and did good work.) Texture Underneath Wrinkled (Yes that is my eye. I need to get some new author photos taken so that people can see […]
Here are my photos from this week: Colorful Peaceful On My shelf (Yes that is a pokeball. All sorts of stuff accumulates on my bedside table. This is actually more organized than usual. I sorted the piles a few weeks ago, which is why the pens are neatly together rather than strewn among stacked notebooks […]
Those who follow my twitter feed may have noticed me posting more pictures in the past few days. This is because on the first day of April I happened across a list for a one month photo-a-day challenge. When I saw the list, something inside me said “let’s do that.” So I began. Sunshine The […]
I love spring flowers. They are hope after dark and cold. They show up for a time and then disappear again until after the next cold dark season. There have been years when I was so busy I completely missed paying attention to the season of spring flowers. I was sad when I realized I’d […]
I’m very glad I took time to plant flowers last fall. They are a happy thing today.
Art museums take my breath away. I am always awed by human creativity, the ways that people choose to express themselves, and how often they make simple objects needlessly beautiful. Then I stand in front of Greek marble sculptures and know that people have been doing this for a very long time. I wander to […]
I had to get up far too early for a Saturday morning, but at least the sky was pretty.
In late October I hurried to plant some flowers before the cold weather hit. I expected them to winter over and then be lovely in the spring. Instead we had a brief period of cold and then we’ve had lovely mild weather. My pansies decided it was warm enough to bloom. So I have flowers […]
We had a much smaller crew, only six people instead of twelve. In one way that was nicer, because it felt less chaotic. It also meant that less work got done. But we got the walls vertical. That was quite tricky with only two of us to keep one wall steady while the other four […]