Tag Archives: photography
Walking the beach a couple of weeks ago I came upon these fascinating imprints in the sand; there were multiple. I’m just guessing they are from seaweed that was brought in with the tide, then pulled out again. If someone … Continue reading
Well, I lied about the wordless part. It seems WordPress has sprung a surprise on the change of format in creating new posts. It had been awhile, and I guess since the last uproar died down, it was time to … Continue reading
It amazes me that serenity can be found in a bustling hospital lobby. One would think from this photograph that it was taken in a church. As we sat in the lobby waiting for the appointed hour, we listened to … Continue reading
Oh so carefully stacking the seashells, balancing them just so. Our two year old grandson being careful…so unusual.
Morning walks sometimes in color sometimes black and white as I sort out thoughts to ponder the shadows ~~~ Challenge brought to us by Lens and Pens by Sally
Not what you expected from the title, right? While most people in Las Vegas are ogling the show girls, or staring at cards or slot machine screens, I tend to glance upwards at the architecture, especially at Caesar’s Palace. The … Continue reading
An Asparagus Fern seen in macro and edited in Enlight using an iPhone 6Plus. More on Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge can be found here.
I went out for my walk this morning; out into the start of a beautiful fall day. I’m exploring the new neighborhood and finding fabulous new vistas that take my breath away. Trees on a bed of grass, fences of … Continue reading
Life slowly returning to a little bit of the everyday. Early morning walks have been put on my regimen, and renew my spirit. The Universe has so wonderfully placed us a half block from a vineyard, that is really landscaping … Continue reading