Inspired by A Word a Week Photo Challenge, Contrast is this week’s theme. I love not only the contrast of light that is in this picture, but the contrast of this tiny being spinning out such a relatively large web … Continue reading →
Unending Winter Mountains of snow Tangles of ice Snow flakes eternally dancing Nature’s cruel vice Spring closer, yet sleeping Sweet caress of the sun Wind whispering warmth Still, there is none Cold prison of beauty With palatial glass walls Drip down … Continue reading →
Daily Prompt: Non-Regional Diction: Photographers show us Local Close to home, never far, unseen beauty surrounds us When we stop in thanks and grattitude, God’s blessing then can ground us Look with eyes that see beyond the monotony of your … Continue reading →
On my other blog, I posted a Haiku about the devastating flood that Toronto experienced last night, at Overcoming to Becoming . A few days ago, I had taken some pictures after a rainstorm, so I would like to offer another … Continue reading →
Pictures after a month After one month of being ill with kidney stones that lead to two serious infections, I am happy to say that I am almost back to normal feeling. Here are a few pictures that have … Continue reading →
Daily Prompt: The Next Big Thing What will the next must-have technological innovation be? Jetpacks? Hoverboards? Wind-powered calculators? Photographers, show us INNOVATIVE In our generations, hardly a day goes by without a new must-have smart phone, computer, electronic or gadget that … Continue reading →
All of these pictures were taken on Sunday by my step-daugher, showing God’s breadth and beauty when it comes to green. She was so proud when we got home and she saw what she had taken. She is ten, but her eyes see with a beauty beyond her years..