It’s still hard for me to think about, or even plan, travel at this time – but I do miss the adventure. This year’s cancellations were, of course, due to Covid-19; but the year prior we had some cancellations for a much happier reason, the birth of our first grandchild! Family-time with grandkids trumps even the best trip! We are blessed to have so many wonderful travel memories, this one from a… Read More
This is actually part of a re-post, with an update, from a topic I wrote about last year. Rural barns. Old barns are disappearing way too fast throughout America’s countryside and the backroads of North Carolina are no exception. This topic was also perfect for A Photo a Week Challenge about Nostalgia as well as Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge about old buildings, including barns. The Appalachian Barn Alliance is a not-for-profit group… Read More
Our first grandchild – sweet Baby J! Of course, everyone in my family brings me happiness and love – but my friends were right when they told me there was nothing like being a grandparent! There is never enough time with this little cutie and it’s almost impossible to catch the best moments on camera. Gotta keep the iPhone on-hand at all times, but even then, I’ve missed so many great shots…. Read More
Who says I need a dentist? One of my all-time favorite shots from a long-ago trip to Egypt. This camel definitely gave us some attitude.
Our favorite wildlife sightings are Black Bears – usually, the yearlings that are so recently on their own they wander where they shouldn’t be, at times they shouldn’t. This little guy visited us one morning a couple of years ago and I shot this pic through the window. So far, this year’s visitors have been at night, protected by momma!
That halfway time, neither day nor night . . . . dusk. I always feel slightly suspended between two worlds.
Photo a week challenge: Water, featues two endangered waterfront sites in Miami, Stiltsville and the Miami Marine Stadium.
I love the way these photo challenges make me look at my photos differently. This one was taken at a market in Fengdu, China a few years ago.
Possibly my favorite Miami “opening.” Every spring, the peacocks line-up along our entry drive to strut their stuff and compete for favors.