Crayon Angels


It’s a great day for experiments. Rainy. Kind of cold. We’ve had a lot of rain since yesterday. Supposedly, there are three or four more inches on the way. So, I used a new app. I’ve used it once in the past. I’ll get into the technical aspects of that on the right hand column.Continue reading “Crayon Angels”

Mistakes


One day in winter when the sun was starting to lower, I saw the it explode behind a tree. Light and color went flying everywhere. I left without my hat. After seeing the image on the monitor I started thinking random thoughts. Again. I have a friend who lives in Vermont. The state has doneContinue reading “Mistakes”

Sunrise, Sunrise, I Can See It


Sometimes it’s all light and color with just a hint of subject matter. Sometimes it’s more. This picture straddles both, leaning to the previous. It’s sort of musical. That’s just as well. It’s been a musical sort of day. The musicians in my life have been playing sort of tag with me and I withContinue reading “Sunrise, Sunrise, I Can See It”

Night Sky


Nothing but problems. It seems to me that WordPress does not like Safari. It would rather play with Chrome, except that using a Mac causes issues with Chrome. Why can’t they all play nice? It took a good 20 minutes just to get to this page. I still don’t know how to reduce the sizeContinue reading “Night Sky”

Change of Guard


Only a fool would say that. I thought that it would be bad, but I didn’t think it would be this bad, Covid-19 still growing in some places and calming down in others. Cities burning because of racial strife. Hurricane season starting today for those of us who live in hurricane country. Murder hornets. And,Continue reading “Change of Guard”

Bootleg Flyer


Driving. Out on Highway 61. That’s where Abraham and God a conversation. That’s what Bob Dylan said. Apparently, God wasn’t messing around. So Abraham did what he was told. Sometimes there are little miracles when you least expect them. On Saturday, Sophie Rose wasn’t doing so good. I was afraid I might lose her. ItContinue reading “Bootleg Flyer”

Sugar Magnolia


” Sugar Magnolia, blossoms blooming Heads all empty and I don’t care Saw my baby down by the riverside Knew she’s have to come up soon for air We can have high times if you’ll abide We can discover the wonders of nature Rolling in the rushes down by the riverside She’s got everything delightfulContinue reading “Sugar Magnolia”

About Today


I know one thing as we head into a very different time and space. Enjoy every sandwich. The late Warren Zevon said that on the old version of David Letterman’s show. He said that knowing he had less than six months to live. He was dying from lung cancer. When Letterman asked him what heContinue reading “About Today”

Going Too Far


Did I? Or, didn’t I? Go too far. This image started out as one of my night time blue sky pictures. I thought the foreground subject matter was a little boring, so I set out to change that.  After adding and subtracting for a little while, I almost gave up. Then. I started piling upContinue reading “Going Too Far”

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