A Photo a Week Challenge: Changing Seasons It was such a warm winter -- with no snow at all -- that spring is arriving without the usual fanfare. I don't know how well out "outside" flowers are doing because I don't go out. I can tell the season is changing because the birds are beginning to … Continue reading BIRDS, BEES, FLOWERS, POLLEN, AND A VIRUS – Marilyn Armstrong
A Photo a Week Challenge: Red Red is a great color. I love red birds, red roses, and red sweaters. I don't have pictures of any red sweaters, but I have all the others. Let us not forget red barns and scarlet autumn leaves.
A Photo a Week Challenge: Light the Night
A Photo a Week Challenge: Over 100 Years Old Lucky us! We live in an old town. We officially became a town in 1662 and quite a few of our building were built in the 1700s and a few, even earlier.
A Photo a Week Challenge: Sleeping Oddly, no people sleeping. All my pictures with people show them awake. Oh well.
A Photo a Week Challenge: Eyes Fare thee well, old friend.
A Photo a Week Challenge: Three Angles Boston's statehouse's resemblance to the U.S. Capital is not accidental. The Capital's cornerstone was laid by George Washington on September 18, 1793. The building was completed in 1800. Both buildings used the same architect (Charles Bulfinch) and were built during the same decade.