HOW DID WE GET TO THIS PLACE? Just like other countries, we've hidden our ugliest history in the backs of closets. We wrote phony history books and made sure our kids read them. Now we wonder how come they don't understand history. We could start by teaching them what actually happened. The good, the bad, and … Continue reading WHO ARE WE? WHAT ARE WE? – Marilyn Armstrong
RDP #22: Pond Whiten's Pond isn't really a pond. It's really a widening of the Blackstone River before the dam. Most of our ponds are really widened parts of a river with the exception of Webster pond, the word I cannot pronounce or spell. I guess I can add one of that also. That's a … Continue reading WHITIN’S POND – Marilyn Armstrong
FOWC with Fandango — Cerebral Who I was and who am I now? I was an intensely cerebral child. More visceral these days. But that's only because I can't remember anything for more than 15 seconds. It really reduces my cerebrality. Is that a word?
THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: BLUE HOUR From Paula: Welcome to Thursday’s Special photo challenge. Today’s theme is Blue Hour. It is my favourite time of the day for photo shooting. Hoping that you like this theme as much as I do, I look forward to seeing your entries 🙂 And we were out on the water today, so blue it is. … Continue reading THE BLUE HOUR – THURSDAY’S SPECIAL — Marilyn Armstrong
It’s that time of year again and squares are back! Well, the theme is ROOFS (or rooves if you prefer). Your roof can be; A – Any type, any condition, any size, and in any location. B – It could be a shot across rooftops, of one roof like today or even a macro C … Continue reading JUNE IS SQUARE – ROOF 22 – Marilyn Armstrong
BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: TRACES OF THE PAST Y4-06 FROM PAULA: I usually post castles, churches and ruins for this challenge, but this time I thought it would be cool to see Traces of the Past in nature. After all traces of the past are all around us. Here is an example of a remnant … Continue reading INTO THE CLOUDS – FLYING FOR BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY – Marilyn Armstrong