Tag Archives: black and white photography
Our flag. Seen on a walk out on the back roads. Hung up in tree branches. Ripped and torn by the storms. My mind whirls at the meanings, at the sadness that our country has endured. But I note that … Continue reading
Catching bubbles, a child plays in the courtyard of a church in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Have a visit with Sally’s Lens and Pens, to see more on today’s challenge.
Life’s first adventures begin in circles picking up speed ~~~ The weekly phoneography challenge is sponsored by the blog, Lens and Pens by Sally.
At day’s end fog slowly pulls over the hills a mother gently covering her children ~~~ Challenge coordinated by Lens and Pens by Sally
A little more breathing room as the daughter improves; I went out for a walk this morning with this cactus on my radar. I’ve noticed it the last few days as I drive by. It blooms only once a … Continue reading
Some streets in San Francisco’s Chinatown are uphill and some are downhill and some are on an even keel. I’ll wrap up my Sunday travels in San Francisco’s Chinatown with just a few more random photos I took one … Continue reading
Photo taken this weekend at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno with a Samsung Galaxy. Please take a few minutes to read the post by Sally, at Lens and Pens, who organizes this weekly challenge; there is some wonderful … Continue reading
A coconut found during an afternoon stroll on the beach in Cancun. ~~~ Phoneography challenge is initiated by Lens and Pens by Sally