Morning everyone Monday madness all the way for me today .... I was so lucky yesterday I moaned I could not lay in bed but yet I had a really productive day, and felt really lucky to have snapped these photo shots yesterday morning when the sun pop
I’m very tempted to make a pattern out of this 40s two piece and make a few reproductions so I can wear it... it’s oh so tiny. Would anyone be interested? 🤔 otherwise coming soonish - my husband decided it would be a great idea to block up the hole
It’s practically cold outside now (60’s, as opposed to the 90’s of just a couple days ago), but I still have cold weather shots on the brain! This was taken down in Utah, where late spring snowstorms were fairly common. #flowersinthesnow#treesinblo
Pachycormus discolor or elephant trees (torote blanco) as they are most commonly called, are endemic to Baja California. I recall I wanted to photograph every tree I came across because they are quite varied in their shape. They never cease to fasci
As hard as it is for me to like summer, it would be a blasphemy not to admit the beauty of summer evenings and nights. Especially that magical time of the day when dusk sets in, and the hot summer sunsets that paint the sky purplish-pink long after t
The Old Commons Burying Ground in Little Compton is an old colonial burial ground still in use today. This lovely spot is filled with an interesting variety of stones and some particularly fascinating people. I'm eager to visit again... but let's get
For the past week, I’ve been enjoying my time in Texas. Summer gardens here are made fabulous by these ornamental crepe myrtle trees. They are blooming all over Dallas and Houston, and it’s quite a sight. Happy Friday!
If you missed today's sunset, you really missed out.
It’s snowing ️ in July! This is why they call Crepe Myrtles #trashtrees
Beautiful Trees on the Kibbutz where i live in flower.