It’s great to take road trips around the USA and look for the quirky and unusual. I often rely on the app RoadsideAmerica to keep us entertained with trivia-Americana and alerts to unusual finds along the way. Even on those long roads to nowhere, it’s amazing what secrets are hidden off the next exit or slightly off the beaten path. Here are a couple of my favorite surprises. The Corn Palace |… Read More
You inspired me to try a bit of selective color in this shot from Bodega Bay, California. BTW – amazingly delicious chowder and more at this spot, the Spud Point Crab Co.
That halfway time, neither day nor night . . . . dusk. I always feel slightly suspended between two worlds.
This may be a bit of a twist, but today I am featuring doors from three historic facilities that once housed prisoners. As you can see, in less than inspiring conditions . . .
Photo challenge about a quiet moment features pics from India.
Trains & Tracks from around the world from North Carolina to New Zealand.
I split my time between homes in tropical and mountain climates. While I am working very hard to learn about what I can grow in my summer mountain garden, here is one of my very favorite tropicals – a bright, happy hibiscus. “Earth laughs in flowers.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Hope it made you smile. Have a beautiful day.
Thursday Doors photo challenge featuring doors from Gaudi’s Casa Vicens in Barcelona.
“Life is a Long Journey between Human Being and Being Human. Let’s take at least one stepeach day to cover the distance.” – Drishti Bablani It seemed most appropriate this week to select shots showing people on a journey, because each in our own way, aren’t we all? Thank you Tina, I loved the topic and decided to jump in for my first time participating.