Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Roofs of Any Kind
A Photo a Week Challenge: Clouds A 360-degree sunset above the Housatonic River in Connecticut. If you stood on the dock and turned slowly in a circle, there would be a different color and formation of clouds in each bit of turning. I've never seen a sky like that before. And then, there were clouds over … Continue reading I’VE LOOKED AT CLOUDS FROM BOTH SIDES NOW – Marilyn Armstrong
Other than from the direction, you can't tell if the sun is coming up or setting. I've done all the checking I can and in fact, the light is the same. It depends on the season of the year, but the coloring is identical otherwise. And yet we are fascinated by the coming and going … Continue reading COMING AND GOING OF THE SUN — Marilyn Armstrong
WANDERING, BUT NOT LOST, IN THE sOUTHWEST dESERT For a woman raised in New York and living in Massachusetts, the desert is another world. The colors of the sky. The mountains jutting into the sky and giant cacti growing across the landscape. We have spent two vacations in Arizona and each has been glorious.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything that Flies
July Blues - 4 Early in June, we went to the Blackstone River in Smithfield and met two kayakers. One was setting out in a blue kayak, the other in a red one. The sun was bright and the blue of the kayak and the man's blue lifevest reflected in the silky water. It was … Continue reading BLUE KAYAK ON A BLUE DAY BY THE BLACKSTONE 4 – Marilyn Armstrong
July Blues - 3 So. In the middle of June, we hopped down to the Curleys and hung out at the marina. It was a bit too rough to go out and to be fair, I'm just as happy in the marina as anywhere else. Being along the water is a treat, no matter what … Continue reading A BLUE DAY IN THE MARINA 3 – Marilyn Armstrong