Hello Readers, The theme for #Sunday Stills is Daylight in Black and White (here). Here is the Priorhouse take: — **** This photo was from a parking garage in Tampa, FL. Here is the color version. Song of the Day Last month for the SundayStills #Elements theme, I shared a TobyMac song … More Daylight in Black and White (#SundayStills with TobyMac’s “See the Light” song)
Hello readers, joining in with Sunday Stills #Light the Night One of my favorite parts about Christmas is definitely the lights. This recent photo came to mind when I saw the theme for this week. __ The next three images (from Virginia Beach, VA 2021) reminded me of certain bloggers. These displays light up at night, … More Light the Night (Sunday Stills) Christmas 2021
Hello readers It was late November when I saw these beautiful roses outside of our local grocery store. And yes, I paused to smell the roses -Also, grabbed a couple of photos Late last summer, I also paused when found this rose-colored pepper hiding on a small pepper plant that grew on its own in … More Red Rose, Red Pepper & I Just Wanna Stop ♬♬ Gino Vannelli
Hello readers, joining in with Terri’s Sunday Stills (here), which has the theme of #Fallen. Let’s start with those North Carolina workers “fallen” in the line of duty – to pause and remember – let us remember them and all that have fallen while working – or serving our country. **** On a more personal note, If you … More I’ve Fallen – and I CAN get back up (Sunday Stills)
Hello Joining in with Sunday Trees #379 The second photo of trees reminded me of Mountain Pose (TADASANA) because sometimes when we set up in mountain pose we imagine our feet have roots as we settle in and distribute the weight. Also, notice the first photo – with tree reflections – doe snot show the … More Sunday Trees (and Mountain Pose)
Hello Readers, it is time to join in with the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. This week Ann-Christine has invited folks to share a post about “unexpected” – and because it is Sunday – I am combining my Sunday Trees post with this theme. __ #1: Pair of Trees with tasty Creamsicle in the sky…. That unexpected orange in … More Sunday Trees (January Edition) & Lens-Artist #30
Last year in November (here) I did a Sunday Trees post with a few old literary comics. I decided to have another take on this combination. First, my November trees: Now the literary comics: Do you have a comic you like from this post? My two favs are the headstone and the … More Sunday Trees & Chekhov Quotes (and old literary comics PART 2)
Happy Sunday Readers. Joining in with Becca for Sunday Trees (here) and Dawn for festival of leaves (here). Thanks for viewing and to all the Veterans and active military – thank you for your service. All photos are from Virginia, USA: November 2018 . . . . . .
Today’s Sunday Trees’ post started off with a few trees. First, a nice autumn silhouette: Then a tree from Virginia Beach: Then this from somewhere in rural Northwest Virginia. Now my rabbit trail begins: Yesterday, Dawn, who happens to live in Northwest Virginia, corrected me on the location (Woodbine Farms here) for the pumpkin … More Sunday Trees
I was thinking of the Sunday Trees Challenge while at the pool the other day. I looked up and saw vibrant color. The lens-artists challenge this week has the theme of “color” and so this post is connecting to both challenges. A few of the trees were whispering that summer was winding down. A bit … More Lens-Artist & Sunday Trees (Umbrella Red, Yellow, Blue)
Hello readers – this post is to join in Travel with Intent’s Sunday Photo challenge. The word this week is routine. This bar of soap came to mind. I took the photo because of the label: Soap for everyday. ALL DAY ERRYDAY. Smells like a 30-year-old cell phone store manager trying to sound gangsta. … More Routine (One Word Sunday)
Linked to Sunday Trees #353 Also, the place where I took the above tree photos, T & A’s house, here is a little gift I gave them (below on the right) – a candle-holder bottle (made by a local artist) and it was in the style of Piet Mondrian’s early work. Many of us know … More Sunday Trees – Looking Up & Mondrian Tree Art
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