It’s been a long time since we had a puppy in the family. Boy is she fast!…and fearless.
I wish I had that much energy.
Posted for Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge: Movement.
This delicate flower lives in very tough conditions.
Posted for Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge
As Nancy Merrill says in her Photo a week: street lights post. Streetlights are part of the unique experience of a location. Here is a gallery of street lights from here and there.
In some cities in China each street has its own unique streetlight design. It is a tremendous aid in navigating, especially at night.
More vibrant than doubloons!
From a distance these yellow and orange flowers seem golden.
I live in the city with no particular view. There are a few trees between us and the street, although today the nicest one, our Japanese maple, is adorned only with raindrops. In winter the most exciting thing is an Anna’s hummingbird buzzing in for a snack.
In the summer and fall it is a bit prettier:
My standards are pretty high. Here are two views from my dad’s front porch (I’m over there once or twice a week, so it kind of counts.
Last week the defining color was grey and the texture was wet. In this case raindrops falling on the waters of Puget Sound. Believe it or not the photo is in color.