By the time we got through with the bank and the grocery and the pharmacy, I was ready for an ambulance. The years really do catch up with you. I was so tired, I hadn't even brought a camera with me. Of course, Marilyn just happened to have a spare travel size Leica in her … Continue reading WE WENT TO THE RIVER BECAUSE THE WORLD WAS GLOWING – Garry Armstrong
LINES AND SQUARES ON THE SIXTEENTH DAY Autumn is here -- but likely will be gone by tomorrow. A major north Atlantic storm is due to hit us tomorrow by late afternoon. This will hopefully leave enough time for the contractor to finish the front door finishing. The door and wall are done already. The … Continue reading LINES AND SQUARES – DAY SIXTEEN! – Marilyn Armstrong
LINES AND SQUARES FOR DAY FIFTEEN Autumn is here for a very brief period, so I suppose I had best make the most of it.
Sunflowers by the Farm-September 29, 2019 Apparently, the original owners of our favorite farm have sold to a new owner. He's not a new owner in the sense of being young and looking to make a splash in the local farming world. He is also Native American and I'm guessing the only Native in town. … Continue reading SUNFLOWERS BY FARM, ROAD, AND RIVER – Marilyn Armstrong
September 23, 2019 – Autumn Leaf On one of the prettiest days of the month, we took our cameras and went to River Bend. We had hoped there would be some autumn foliage. There was a little bit. A few changing maple trees and hints of gold in the dark green leaves of late summer. But … Continue reading A WALK IN THE PARK – Marilyn Armstrong and Garry Armstrong
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 perfect and the future is both tense and mysterious. Especially now. Our future is frankly … Continue reading PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE (MAYBE) – Marilyn Armstrong
Since we came to the Valley, trips to the river to take pictures has been part of our life, often the high point of our lives. Now, with the hidden lurking diseases brought by southern mosquitoes that are part of our ongoing climate change, everyone is just staying inside. It's ironic. We've had horrible weather … Continue reading FEAR AND LOATHING BY THE RIVER – Marilyn Armstrong