Monthly Archives: October 2012
Uh Oh…..Better be no tricks. Photos taken on Halloween in 2010.
Out on my lunchtime walk today; the community gardeners had been raking up grass clippings and leaves and heaping it all in one of their burlap squares to haul away. A lovely serving of fall all mixed together. It reminds … Continue reading
What you get with zoom and low ISO, or at least that’s what I think created this image in a blurry state. Or was my hand shaking…that would be pretty much shaking. At any rate, I rather like how the … Continue reading
“Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?” Thanks to Heublein marketing for the quote.
Quesadillas on the beach in Sayulita, Mexico. Shrimp quesadillas to be exact. I have never tasted a quesadilla so scrumptious. Was it the sweet local shrimp? The light ocean breeze? Sitting under a beach umbrella that was filtering the sun upon … Continue reading
What better way to spend a glorious fall afternoon than driving around those fantastic Northern California backroads. I’ll have a few more photos to share during the coming week.
The local farmer’s market was rocking it this morning. This kid couldn’t be more than ten years old, and he was incredible. He’ll be going places.
The days of October grow shorter. I was invited into the Ligo Circle of Appreciation by Amy, who has a lovely blog at http://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/they-are-the-charming-gardens/. Thank you, Amy. And this is how it works: “This is an Appreciation, NOT an Award. For … Continue reading
I realize this is not foreign for those living in Russia; I’ve never been there, so this beautiful little babushka doll is something special for me, coming from a part of the world I will most probably never see. This was … Continue reading
Sometimes you just need to go with the flow At other times you might want to leave the straight and narrow path. Your choice really.