Circles within circles, in the snow. A frozen birdbath. And 'round the bird feeder, the Pine Siskins chase each other around the outside perch, to eat at any of the circular openings. Maybe the one next door has more seed? https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/rounded/
Month: October 2017
Cleverly concealed beauty – on the Golf Course
Hiding in plain sight. Golf courses are often in cities or suburbs, and may be behind a gate, for Members Only. I don't play golf, but in the past few years I have been fortunate enough to be able to tag along with the golfers, and take pictures. A couple of years ago, my husband …
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Photo Challenge A Significant Glow
This is the view from the deck of our vacation house in Bigfork, Montana, on September 7, the day after we got there from Washington. You can't see much, due to the smoke from the terrible wildfires, that closed Glacier National Park, and prevented our group from doing most outdoor activities. And on September 10, …
I think this is beautiful. What do you think?
This is a fountain in downtown Kirkland, Washington. It is just mesmerizing, watching the water. Very simple, no frills.
Photo Challenge____People For Scale
The Grand Canyon dwarfs the people in this picture. Those cliffs are very high, and you wouldn't want to fall into the canyon. But if you see the Grand Canyon from an airplane, it looks pretty small. And those people would totally disappear. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/scale-2/
Thoughts on My Fiftieth (yes, that’s 50th)
That would be my 50th High School Class Reunion, held this weekend. A variety of activities were planned, including a golf outing on Friday, a tour of the school and drinks at a local watering hole Friday afternoon, and a big dinner Saturday night. I have to say that I was one of a class …
Most people drive or cycle through cities these days. From the window of a car, or the seat of a bicycle, you can miss the details that only a pedestrian, walking along at a slow pace, can see. On our walk through Uptown Port Townsend, I caught these details that might have been overlooked from …
Just Who are the Haters?
Hubby and I spent the afternoon yesterday in the town of Port Townsend, on the Olympic Peninsula, collecting on the last of the Jazz package we bought at an auction (dinner at the Hanazono Asian Noodle House). Before dinner, we walked up what seemed like 1,000 steps to check out the Uptown neighborhood. Walking down …