CMMC – January Alphabet Letter V anywhere in the word That “V” is the perfect letter for me because I live in a valley — the Blackstone Valley, hitherto known affectionately as “the Valley.” I think that means pretty much every… Read More ›
Bright Light on a Spring Afternoon Finding squarable photographs by Garry is no small feat, but I did it! He took all of these in one of the parks by the Blackstone River and Canal on a warm spring day.
CFFC: Water – Blackstone River and Its Valley: A River Runs Through It I think if I were to describe the valley in which we live, I would say “A river runs through it.” In fact, the Blackstone River defines… Read More ›
Vanishing or Leading Lines I always enjoy my chance to watch paths, tracks, and roads disappear at the horizon line.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Summer Scenes
I’m planning an exciting trip with another couple for next fall. It’s a boating holiday unique to England and parts of Europe, called canal boating. Everything about the English branch of this subculture is different from what most Americans think… Read More ›
Fandango’s Provocative Question #41 So what do you think of this quote? Aside from the reference to tenses, is it true? “The past is always tense, the future perfect.” I would be more inclined to say that our past was always… Read More ›
River with flowers as summer ends – FOTD – 8-27-19 At least we got some pictures. It has been a while since we went out and we aren’t going out again soon. It’s simply too dangerous. But we did get… Read More ›
LAST BLUE DAYS IN SQUARE JULY – Garry Armstrong
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Water Our valley is full of rivers. Mostly, it is full of the Blackstone which winds its way down from the Worcester hills to its end in Newport, Rhode Island. Incidental to its biggest river, are several… Read More ›
The Changing Seasons, June 2019 I took more than 2000 pictures in May, but June, not so many. Part of that was taking down the bird feeders. I really miss the birds. I got a few bird pictures early in June… Read More ›