LET THERE BE LIGHT – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Lights Light. Sunlight shining through the leaves on the tree. The shafts of sunlight late in the day. Lights on trees for the holiday. The glow of lights in houses and candles glowing in a darkened room. Candles on the cake, lanterns in the dark. The glow of the moon. We are … Continue reading LET THERE BE LIGHT – Marilyn Armstrong

GILDED WOODS: A PHOTO A WEEK – Marilyn Armstrong

A Photo a Week Challenge: Gilded I did not have a gilded dome to display or even a gilded hallway. What I did find was a golden pond, made golden by the incredible glow of the glowing leaves surrounding the pond. On the lake were ducks, mostly mallards but also a few canvasbacks and the odd … Continue reading GILDED WOODS: A PHOTO A WEEK – Marilyn Armstrong

TRIAL WITH LAMPPOST – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango: Trial With Lamppost "But your honor," he whined, "I had no idea the lamppost would fall on his head. It never fell down before." Of course, he pondered, no one else had weighed three hundred pounds and leaned on it before, either. The judge banged his gavel on the desk twice to emphasize … Continue reading TRIAL WITH LAMPPOST – Marilyn Armstrong

UNUSUAL GLASS OBJECTS – BY ELLIN CURLEY

I love finding unusual and unique decorative items for my house. I am particularly drawn to things made of glass. Some of my glass objects d'art have been custom-made for me, and some I have found online and in all kinds of shops and craft shows. Here are some of the more interesting uses of … Continue reading UNUSUAL GLASS OBJECTS – BY ELLIN CURLEY

JUNE IS SQUARE: THE FINAL ROOF #30 – Marilyn Armstrong

It’s that time of year again and squares are back!   I can't believe it. It's been a whole month of rooves and roofs. On barns and teepees. On boats and tall buildings. From Boston to a museum by the Blackstone, we've been roofing it up all over the place. And this is the last one! … Continue reading JUNE IS SQUARE: THE FINAL ROOF #30 – Marilyn Armstrong

A DARK CLOSET – Marilyn Armstrong

I wear dark clothing. I always have and I probably always will. Almost everything I own is a dark color. Black, dark gray, charcoal, navy, brown, khaki. My closet is a mass of shadows. Until a few days ago, I had a light. One bulb and a pull chain. Not exactly the most modern arrangement, … Continue reading A DARK CLOSET – Marilyn Armstrong