Tag Archives: Weekly photo challenge
This week’s photo challenge, collage, made me think of the flowers that are blooming right now in my garden. There are gardeners who aren’t crazy about daylilies because, well, they only bloom for one day. But for that one day, … Continue reading
As we’re admiring the gardens and sculptures at Brookgreen Gardens this week, what do we see across the water feature but this little guy sunning himself. He appeared to want a little solitude, and we were more than happy to give it … Continue reading
Twice a day, the dolphins move up and down the coastline. They passed by while I was walking the beach this afternoon, and I captured this with my cell phone. I wish I could have captured more, but they don’t come … Continue reading
Makes me smile to think I can participate in ‘Float’ on January 6th with a photo taken from the balcony, and the water isn’t frozen solid. 🙂 For more interpretations of Float check here.
As we head into the last four days of this election cycle, I continue to hang up on the pollsters. They can try to figure out who’s ahead in NH without me. I’m toast. I thought it was kind of interesting that … Continue reading
When we visited the Irish National Stud, a thoroughbred horse breeding facility, in County Kildare, Ireland, we were surprised by gorgeous Japanese gardens as well as handsome studs. This garden was created in 1999 for the millennium in honor of St. Fiachra, the … Continue reading
Quest for perfection at Waterford Crystal. All the gardeners who own a pair of Fiskar shears have a connection to these works of art.
Portland Head Light is on the craggy Maine shores of Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth just south of Portland. A couple of years back, I climbed a very short fence and stood on the edge to include the rocks, shrubs, … Continue reading
Saucks Covered Bridge, spanning Marsh Creek in Freedom, PA, was built in 1854 for approximately $1,500. It is 100 ft. long and 15 ft. wide and was constructed using oak and pine wood. During the Civil War years of 1861-1865, soldiers used … Continue reading