Okay – red zin is truly one of my favorite wines – peppery, fruity, layered, etc. However, we stopped at Trader Joe’s after the beach yesterday and I was super curious as to why Trader Joe’s featured this Reserve Red Zinfandel as a “Back to School” special. seemed odd…. Also, these boots on the beach were … More Odd ball photos (linked to COB)
For a walk with Restless Jo this week, I have some beach photos to share. This month (August 2016) I realized there is a simplicity about the beach that I have often overlooked. In my last beach post (here) I noted how some beach things are timeless – like the small foldable chairs we use … More Simple Things at the Beach
This Sunday, Paula has a Towering theme (here) and last night I grabbed some photos of the towering Carillon in Richmond, VA. ~~~~ We were at The Carillon last night because right beside this memorial is an outdoor theatre called The Dogwood Dell and last night was Opera in the Park. Our favorite piece … More Towering Carillon-Opera in the Park
Hello Readers – here are some street shots I grabbed in August 2016 at the beach in Norfolk, Virginia. I added a few comments below some photos. The girls in the above photo had a “timeless” feel because as they stroll, it seems like it could have been from ANY of the past 4 or 5 … More Street Shots Norfolk beach (timeless)
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The weekly photo challenge is FRAME (here) and my contribution is a photo from Bass Pro Shops: And while you are here – why not a few more photos from this store. In closing, here is a little comic that reminded me about how we “frame” things when we communicate – you know, the different … More Framing down view of shoppers
. . have a great day – and for more takes on “Rare” checkout the Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge HERE oh and here is Chris’ blog, where he features a “street shot with a fun shoe” – and Chris also lists many of the links for entries in this week’s challenge. . . .
and a time when we don’t need personal space… maybe when we invite others in….
I never really watched the Carol Burnett comedy show, but I did see a skit where she talked about sock heaven…. you know, the place where all the stray socks go. When we saw these artistic metal balls made out of old keys, it showed us that someone found a smart way to recycle old, or … More Where all the lost keys end up (key art)