My garden is just a bit “unilateral” this summer. The Daylilies have overwhelmed everything else, except maybe the grass which is fighting it’s own battle to get higher than our knees before mowing.
My husband takes pictures of signs and other posts. He says it’s a carryover from shooting news stories. If you shot a sign which said where you were, it was easier to remember, especially because he often shot multiple stories in a single day.
I’ve sort of picked up the habit, so now I shoot signs and bronze monuments too.
Three times three is nine. Which is also three squared. That is approximately all I remember about threeness from my youth. Pathetic, isn’t it?
I was again surprised at how many sets of three I had in the big pile of pictures. I probably had more birds but decided to try and use a broad brush to choose the pictures.
Hope it’s not raining where you are — unless you need the rain in which case, the opposite applies.
And so we move along from one to two.
Here are a number on a fire truck — good old number two — and several pairs of things.
I was hoping there would be a little time to go shoot outside a bit, but it’s raining and it’s going to rain a lot harder, probably very soon. No problem with dry wells this year!
Feet and legs. Okay. Got that. Let me see what in my archives I can find and post. It’s always a bit of a gamble, but I’ll do my best!