PHOTO CHALLENGE: THE MAGENTA ROSES WITH RED AND SCARLET – Marilyn Armstrong

Photo Challenge: The Magenta Rose Oddly enough, I actually took pictures of roses in the floral party of our grocery store. I haven't done that in a really long and I carefully took pictures of all the roses. Pink, white, red ... all of the roses grouped in a cooling bin. They certainly smelled delicious … Continue reading PHOTO CHALLENGE: THE MAGENTA ROSES WITH RED AND SCARLET – Marilyn Armstrong

PARKS BY A RIVER – Marilyn Armstrong

Weekly Word Prompt: Parks We live in the Blackstone Valley Historic Corridor, so basically, we live in a park. It's one level below a national park, but without the funding (such as it is these days). The good news is that we have parks. Everywhere. As the Blackstone winds its way down from the Worcester … Continue reading PARKS BY A RIVER – Marilyn Armstrong

BLACK IS THE NEW BLACK – Marilyn Armstrong

Bi-Weekly Photo Challenge: Black I remember the year that dark brown was the new black and another year when orange was the new black. Personally, I've always thought black was the new black and more than half the clothing I own is black. In Israel, a co-worker asked me if I was secretly a nun … Continue reading BLACK IS THE NEW BLACK – Marilyn Armstrong

SMILING WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong

Weekly Photo Challenge: Give us a Smile Smiling pictures? I'd like to say it's a specialty, but to be fair, birds, dogs, and squirrels aren't big smilers. Since they constitute the majority of my pictures, I have to resort to (gasp!) pictures of people. In this case, my husband Garry -- who smiles only slightly … Continue reading SMILING WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong

THERE WILL BE PEACE IN THE VALLEY – Marilyn Armstrong

Weekly Photo Challenge: Peaceful I live in a peaceful valley and I hope it remains peaceful. We've got our share of troubles. Not much work, relatively poor as places to live go. But we live in beauty, sometimes so much so I am amazed that somehow I ended up living here. Not being religious -- … Continue reading THERE WILL BE PEACE IN THE VALLEY – Marilyn Armstrong