Smooth as silk.
Smooth as a quiet lake on a sunny day.
Smooth as a baby’s cheek.
Oh boy. Birds! I’m pretty sure some of these pictures have a lot more than four. A few of the birds have more than four.
And a sunrise because … well … everyone needs a sunrise, right?
Black and white … well, that’s easy enough. I avoided the temptation to make all the pictures of birds, probably because all the pictures I’ve taken recently have been ice, snow, or birds.
Mostly … birds.
So I only made three bird photographs. The rest of the pictures are other things, including ice and snow because we have quite a bit of it right now.
The funniest thing about this picture is that me and my friend Ben took the same identical picture. He was sure this was his until he realized that mine was taken with a camera on 180 dpi and his would have been 350 … yet they were identical in every detail. All I could think of was we stood in the same place and framed the picture the same way.
Photos: Garry and Marilyn Armstrong
Some of these have gotten a little too complicated for me. The one with color and it has to end in A? Nope, sorry. I’ll be very interested in what everyone else comes up with, though. I think it’s that I’m not feeling well and feeling definitely cranky.
I’m really not sure how much material I have, but I’ll give it a try! Let me start with flowers because, for me, most color starts with flowers — or birds!
Then I take a look at oceans and skies. You just never know about that.
And what about those Arizona mountains? Gotta be something there, right?