I took a photo of a peony but didn’t notice a tiny insect on its petals until I downloaded the shot. Don’t know what type of insect it was, other than it was tiny.
The peonies in our backyard bloom for a day or two before they fall apart. The best part may be those few days before a peony blooms as in this case when a ladybug is crawling on the tight bud. The colors are rich.
I walked Ivan* to Carmel State Beach yesterday to check on the aftermath of the prior evening’s rain storm. I took out my I-Phone with a blinding morning sun behind me. In the viewfinder I saw my shadow along with a crow perched on a post. After I pressed the shutter, I turned around–there wasContinue reading “Shadowy Tricks…”
Sometimes it helps to frame a photo. I took this shot yesterday in my backyard looking over the roof of our house at clouds “meeting” between two bare branched trees.
Anne crafted this bright flower mosaic. I put it outside under a tree and took a photo of tree branch shadows on the mosaic. New art!
Yesterday I took random shots of life on a sunny day during this never-ending pandemic. I call the collection… remnants.
Don’t know how this photo happened, but I like it.
An oddity of 2021 was a single running shoe that rested by the side of the road in Carmel for over a month. If you walked to the beach like I did, you would pass this shoe which I never touched. Maybe it is still there. Of course, it was commonplace to spot Covid-19 masksContinue reading “The Forgotten Running Shoe”