Chinese Rose


This is a Chinese Rose. I’d never heard of such a thing until a little debate broke out on Instagram. Someone posted a picture of a flower that he called a Chinese Rose. It wasn’t. Even with my lack of knowledge about flowers I knew that. So off to Google we went. It turns outContinue reading “Chinese Rose”

I Tried Going West


We seem to be headed backward. The governor closed all of the bars statewide. Actually, he just renewed their closings. If things don’t improve by cutting infections in a little more than half, we may revert to phase one. That’s the one where we stay home, eat too much and start day drinking. For some,Continue reading “I Tried Going West”

Just Dandy


Just Dandy. See what I did there? Spring arrived. The time of allergies. The time of sneezing. Not from this little guy, but from Live Oaks. So much pollen. More pollen in years. At least, that’s what the weather person said who comes on at six. Everybody is sneezing around here. Even the dogs. NoneContinue reading “Just Dandy”

Magic and Light


Magic. The Grateful Dead’s late Jerry Garcia said that we all need a little magic. I think he’s right just about now when the world seems to be spinning off into every kind of chaos. I’m not going there today. This is just something that I’ve being tinkering with until I got it to thisContinue reading “Magic and Light”

Pieces and Parts


Ever wonder why your phone service is so bad? Even your local cell service? Ask AT&T.  I was out walking. I’ve been seeing this cluster for a while. I decided to take a few snaps. Since I’m feeling a little salty today, I thought that I’d share one with you. This is a cluster ofContinue reading “Pieces and Parts”

Wisely and Slow


It seems that digging into my past work is necessary, but not rewarding. I can’t keep posting it. For sure, you’ve never seen it. It’s new to you. But, it’s not where I’m at now. In the summer of 2019. This picture is brand new. As usual, I saw it on the way to someContinue reading “Wisely and Slow”

The Details


Details. Details. Details. I was wondering just how many pictures of old couches, chairs and furniture would hold a readers interest. My answer? Not many. I wasn’t sure what to do about it until I saw this scene. It hit me. Details. A picture like this holds the reader’s interest in many ways. Not theContinue reading “The Details”

The Painter


Painter’s tools. Paint brushes waiting to be called upon to make art. No. They aren’t mine. You know better. I was walking a couple of the dogs when we came upon our neighbor who does paint. She likes to say hello to the dogs so we know each other a little bit. Her studio isContinue reading “The Painter”

Super Blood


Sunday’s art. Flowers in winter. Not your usual winter. New flowers. Bright and pink. Growing in the cold. Growing in the swamp. To brighten the landscape. To brighten the day. To lift a mood. To make you smile. Yes. I know that a lot of you are snowed in today. I know that the snowContinue reading “Super Blood”

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