Month: June 2020

NARY A RIPPLE

RDP Sunday–RIPPLES “With nary a ripple” signals ultimate peace. No waves, no white water. Just the smooth glassiness of water and it’s reflection of sky, clouds, and the trees along the bank. And maybe the reflection of the geese or… Read More ›

TIME AND TIME AGAIN

As kids, we can’t imagine getting old. I suppose that’s normal, especially in this society where young people have very few experiences with elders and are not taught to respect or admire their accomplishments. I didn’t have any living grandparents…. Read More ›

ANYTHING?

A Photo a Week Challenge: Anything “Anything” is a very difficult category. I had absolutely no idea what to do with “anything,” so I picked up my camera and took pictures. I got an incredible 30mm Sigma lens. It’s an f1.4… Read More ›