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“If I ever go looking for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own back yard. Because if it isn’t there, I never really lost it to begin with.” ― L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard … Continue reading
Rome is the city of curves…
Having spent a few days of the last week scuba diving (it would have been the whole week had it not been for a rather violent illness that knocked me out on Wednesday) several creatures come to mind when thinking … Continue reading
“Just before the death of flowers, And before they are buried in snow, There comes a festival season When nature is all aglow.” Author Unknown
Is it raining, or sunny, or both?
Today we visited Montpelier, home of Dolly and James Madison in Orange, Virginia. Although I love Monticello, I had wanted to visit Montpelier for the gardens, but hadn’t been able to until today. This Cedar of Lebanon tree was brought … Continue reading
I always wondered why a tree with purple blossoms was called a redbud…
While I did pose them for the purpose of this picture, they often do sit here and play chess…
I want to post this photo, and let you wonder what it is for a few seconds before telling you… * * * * * * This shot I took up the side of a sunken cargo ship off the … Continue reading
The photo challenge at wordpress this week is Fleeting Moment. As a subplot, they added street scenes. I captured two this evening on our downtown mall while testing a new camera.