Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns – Power at Dawn

Power lines form patterns across the houses and sky during the pale hours of dawn on Rockport Harbor, Massachusetts. Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns (dailypost.wordpress.com) Photo Challenge - Inside (linsdoodles.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge : From Lines to Patterns (giberson9.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns (editastanic.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge - … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns – Power at Dawn

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns – A Glass Tower

The glass and steel tower is all angles, lines and patterns. It rises above you giving you a 360 degree view of the area around you. Structure is everything. Light, lines, balance. An exercise in geometry. Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns (dailypost.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns on a … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns – A Glass Tower

Daily Prompt: No Fair — AS SEEN ON TV

The advertisement pointed out a truth. Any company which needs to depend on binding contracts and punitive early withdrawal fees to keep customers from fleeing to other providers isn't doing a good job. I was nodding agreement when I realized that the source of the advert was Charter Communications, one of the biggest thieves in … Continue reading Daily Prompt: No Fair — AS SEEN ON TV

SUNNY DAY BY THE POND WITH A PANASONIC DMC-FZ60

It was a beautiful day. As nice as weather gets in this part of the country. I had a new camera to play with, the Panasonic DMC-FZ60. It's not really new. It has it been around for a year or so, but it's new for me. There's a newer version -- Panasonic DMC-FZ70 -- bigger, … Continue reading SUNNY DAY BY THE POND WITH A PANASONIC DMC-FZ60

LIPS THAT TOUCH LIQUOR

Once upon a time, Americans had national fit of self-righteousness and decided alcohol was the root of all evil.  To rectify the perceived problem, the nation rose up on its collective hind legs and passed the 18th Amendment to the Constitution. This amendment established a legal prohibition of recreational alcoholic beverages in the United States. The separate Volstead Act specified … Continue reading LIPS THAT TOUCH LIQUOR