Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Two of Anything This time of year, I have a shortlist of things of which I take pictures. Birds. Squirrels. Heaps of snow. And occasionally, people. That's it. We don't go to the falls or parks. We do very little traveling because there are crazy drivers out there and all … Continue reading TWO BUT NOT OF A KIND IN BLACK & WHITE – Marilyn Armstrong
We all have regrets, that's for sure. You can not lead a life without them. You may regret your first stumble and fall -- if you remember it. You may regret dropping that toy or that cell phone. You may regret letting go of the balloon or a house that rose dramatically in value right … Continue reading I REGRET NOTHING – Rich Paschall
In this work, there are some unusual professions. Many of them exist within the British Royal Household, like Keeper of the Queen’s Stamps, Grand Carver, and Royal Clock Winder. However, the one that caught my eye was written about on October 21, 2018, in the Washington Post: Ravenmaster. The Ravenmaster cares for the seven ravens … Continue reading THUS QUOTH THE RAVENMASTER – By ELLIN CURLEY
We don't have the fastest, leaping squirrels. They don't do tricks. What they do is hang around and eat. A lot. I took some pictures. You tell me if this squirrel doesn't have the fattest butt you've seen on a wild squirrel! Impressionist squirrels. So they don't all look exactly the same.