A Photo a Week Challenge: Changing Seasons It was such a warm winter -- with no snow at all -- that spring is arriving without the usual fanfare. I don't know how well out "outside" flowers are doing because I don't go out. I can tell the season is changing because the birds are beginning to … Continue reading BIRDS, BEES, FLOWERS, POLLEN, AND A VIRUS – Marilyn Armstrong
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Birds I took so many bird pictures this month, I have a whole new set of pictures on the chip in one of my camera that I'm leaving there until I at least use a few more of the ones I've already taken. I spent some extra time trying to … Continue reading BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – BIRDS! By Marilyn Armstrong
There were 871 pictures on the chip this morning. I was sure half of them would just be the feeders swinging in the wind. I was wrong. There were pictures of flying squirrels and raccoons in every picture. Among the flying squirrel pictures, about 500 of them were squirrels glued to the sides of the … Continue reading ANOTHER BIG BANG NIGHT WITH THE CAMERA TRAP – Marilyn Armstrong
PICK SOMETHING FROM THE PHOTO: Cee's Fun Foto Challenge On the road again. Lots of great road pictures from every season of every year. We aren't driving nearly as much now as we used to, so I think I'll be relying more on archives.
For all of you who think our insane and stupid president can order the nation back to work before we are medically ready for it -- he doesn't have the authority to do it. The "shelter in place" and lockdown orders were not given by the president. They were all given by each state's governor. … Continue reading VOTE FOR A GOOD GOVERNOR – Marilyn Armstrong
I got up and went into the kitchen. It was snowing. Just a little bit at that point. Just a dusting -- a rather wet dusting. I figured it was going to stop any minute, but it kept on snowing for most of the day. For all I know, it still is snowing, but it's … Continue reading SNOW BY DAY & A DASH OF DUKE – Marilyn Armstrong
FOTD – March 23 –ORCHIDS It's very quiet here. It's quiet everywhere except, I suppose in the hospitals. Because we have a guy as the president who cannot tell the truth and I think isn't entirely sure what the truth IS, trying to find out what is happening is very hard. They make decisions, then … Continue reading IT’S SPRING INSIDE, BUT CHILLY OUTSIDE – Marilyn Armstrong