Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Autumn Scenes Autumn is our season, though for the past two years, it has been abruptly shortened by unusually warm weather and far too much rain. Still, we did get at least a week or two, which is better than nothing.
Bright highways The road goes ever on and on ... We are forever on the road. Local road, railroad, highway, byway. Some golden roads seem to exist just to remind us that the world is sometimes better than it has been lately.
Day and Light It was one of only a few golden autumn days. I had gone into town for a haircut, but I'd also taken the camera. It was a beautiful day with the sun at its most golden amber. I took a few pictures. Eventually, I took a lot of pictures. It was so … Continue reading AUTUMN AFTERNOON AND AMBER SUNLIGHT #14 – Garry Armstrong
I am not as nostalgic about the past as many people. I had a difficult and often unpleasant childhood. It's hard to put aside the unhappy childhood memories to find happy ones. They get tangled up. It is in the autumn where good memories live on. That perpetual autumn I can sometimes smell in the … Continue reading DRY LEAVES THAT FALL BEFORE THE WINDS – Marilyn Armstrong
As we have been repairing the house, I've also been rearranging the house. Three crates of dolls have moved into storage. The organ is gone. The big dining table has be folded up -- it is a drop-leaf -- into its smallest size and become where the plants live in the light of the east-facing … Continue reading CHANGES — Marilyn Armstrong
We don't get four seasons. We get three. Summer -- hot, sticky, and buggy, but at least it's warm. Okay, a lot of humidity, but you have to take the good with the bad. I had been hoping we'd more Autumn, and we did. It was short -- just about a week -- but glorious … Continue reading THE THREE SEASON YEAR – Marilyn Armstrong
Fandango’s Provocative Question #47 A provocative question today that I think currently means very little. It probably meant something 200-years ago, but now? I doubt it. Here's the question: Personally? I think we reached it years ago -- probably at least 50 years ago -- and we are already in the throes of it. It did … Continue reading THE ARRIVAL AND IMMINENT DEPARTURE OF A SINGULARITY – Marilyn Armstrong