I never tire of revisiting special places via treasured photos and videos. This landscape shot was taken during our hike of the seven mile trek to Mill’s Lake (and a little beyond!) in the Rocky Mountains.
This week’s assignment for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Landscapes or Seascapes.
Several years ago, I tired of trying to hang every single one of the dozens of small red and gold twinkle bulbs on our Christmas tree. Rather than keeping them stored in boxes and bins I decided to display them in seasonal baskets. Much, much easier and provides splashes of holiday color and cheer throughout the house!
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Getting my feet wet! Here’s my attempt at a photo for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Bridges
OK. I’m a little late to the party. Can I still play? 🙂
Here’s my take on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Abandoned Buildings or Barns. It was taken a couple of years ago during a statewide barn tour (highly recommended!)
Lockbox. Liquidity. Load balancing.
At the end of the day? Lighten up…
A prototypical example of converging lines is shown here with a shot of a railway stop at Laclede’s Landing in St. Louis with the added dimension of midday shadows.
Two (almost) identical rows of headless sculptures, double but then again not quite…
Do or do not. There is no try. ~ Yoda
That is a triumph of sorts, is it not?
Talk about being on the edge of your seats…
For crazy, zany, adventurous, family fun check out the City Museum in St. Louis!