My favorite peek is a peak of Mount Shasta from I-5 heading north from Reading to the Oregon border during the summer months. via Photo Challenge: Peek
The rounded sandstone rock formations of Southern Illinois remind me of the Michelin Man. Well, at least they are rounded. via Photo Challenge: Rounded
The glow of a full moon over California’s capitol was the featured show, notwithstanding the light from street lamps, cars and the inside of the capitol. via Photo Challenge: Glow
These flowers are blooming in the High Line, a public park in the midst of the City of New York. But if you look closer–I’ve enlarged the photo to make my point–you’ll see honey bees at work. This to me is scale. via Photo Challenge: Scale
Pedestrian includes dogs, not just people. via Photo Challenge: Pedestrian
via Photo Challenge: Windows My daughter took this photo when she lived in Firenze. She says the vantage point was a secret passageway once used by the Medici family from the Middle Ages. I’ve been looking out this window, metaphorically speaking, for years.
The very old and the new are “layered” at the Ponte Vecchio in Firenze. via Photo Challenge: Layered
The New York City subway experience involves the art of not communicating with strangers in the terminal or on a car. It’s all about waiting for an arrival, for a stop, for a person to move; for a text, for the chance to be someone place else other than on the subway. via Photo Challenge:Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Waiting”
Last moth I sat near a butterfly bush at my sister’s backyard in Carbondale, Illinois. It was difficult not to look at the incoming giant black swallowtails flitting around. Here is one of favorite captures. The orange, yellow and blue markings look as though they were painted on. via Photo Challenge: Ooh, Shiny!