Snapshots From My Day – 10.13.18

Hello everyone! I’m about to start a study intensive course this fall. Here are some shots of where I’ll be studying and relaxing for the day.  I might not be as active these upcoming months, but occasionally browse through your blogs! I’ve combined a few prompts which are listed below. Take care everyone! In response…

Flower of the Day – 10.16.18

“Flowers grow out of dark moments.” – Corita Kent Hello! Cee’s mums are bursting with yellow this morning! Here’s a snapshot that I took with a dark background. I enjoyed the contrast! Have a great day!

What happens in Japan stays in Japan

The spirit of Halloween is upon us! 10.14.18 I’m sipping some tea this morning working through Brain Games Crime Scene Investigation puzzle book this morning. One of my coworkers who formally worked in the Air Force recommended it to me when I told her I enjoy Sudokus and word problems. She frequently shares with me…

Flower of the Day – 10.15.18

Good morning! Hope you enjoyed your weekend! Cee’s photo of her red dahlia reminds me of some tissue paper flower decorations. Here is a shot of some flowers in Vietnam! The pink yellow petals fascinated me for a few minutes after I took the shot. Have a wonderful day!

Flower of the Day- 10.12.18

Hello and good morning everyone! Cee took a beautiful, interesting snapshot of a budding dahlia. Today, I ran a few errands and wanted to share some snapshots from my day and flowers made from wood, resin, and linoleum.  Have a great day! 🙂

Flower of the Day – 10.11.18

Cee’s shots of the gladiolus have this wonderful effect of popping out of the page this morning! Here is a shot from the arboretum. Enjoy!

Flower of the Day – 10.10.18

Good morning! Cee’s lens captures another beautiful dahlia! I feel like the sun is about to rise with the various shades of pink, white, and yellow. Here is my capture for the day! They remind of hanging bells.

Ominous Meeting

A continuation from The Blossoming Friendship Dark violet clouds drifted across the red orange hues in the sky. Professor Aiyana Bellefeuille was captivated as she gazed at the shadows of the birds flying towards the glowing sunset in the horizon. The band and the Pow-Wow dances at the festival were beginning to wrap up for the evening. …

Flower of the Day – 10.9.18

“Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow. It’s what sunflowers do.” ~ Helen Keller Hi! I wake up to see that I’m facing a wall of yellow this morning on Cee’s photo of beautiful mums. My mother always said that a gathering of flowers bunched up together creates an amazing effect…