How is it the first of August already? For folks living in the northern hemisphere, most of us are experiencing the hottest outdoor temperatures of the year. With hot temps, guess who comes to visit? Bugs! Whether or not you are a fan of insects, this is an opportunity to look closely in your gardens … Continue reading Sunday Stills: What’s #Bugging You?
This week’s theme of “wild and weird” offers photobloggers a chance to share your random photos for Sunday Stills. You know, the ones you take that you can’t classify or end up in the miscellaneous file? I have quite the collection, but will share just a few with you today. Take Your Medicine… ...If you … Continue reading Sunday Stills: #Wild and #Weird Perspectives
Shadows. This was a theme I had been considering from my long list for Sunday Stills, then realized I instinctively chose it for Groundhog Day. This seems to be an East Coast tradition, as Punxsutawney Phil, the long-lived groundhog, makes his annual weather prediction of when we can expect spring to unofficially begin. Although we … Continue reading Sunday Stills: What Do the #Shadows Have to Say?
This week’s Sunday Stills photo challenge theme is all about a bug’s life. Do bugs bug you? I am tolerant of most bugs except black widows, ants, and cockroaches. In other words, I will go out of my way to save a hapless spider or insect that is trapped in the tub, or the random … Continue reading Sunday Stills: It’s A #Bug’s Life
The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge has been a staple on my blog since January 2015, when I began submitting to its new theme each week. This is the last week that the weekly photo challenge will prompt bloggers like myself to stretch our imaginations and take a photograph that depicts the theme. The last theme, appropriately is All-Time … Continue reading WPC: Thanks for the Photographic Memories
As bloggers, I believe most of us are quite structured in our daily approach to writing; at least we try to be. The weekly photo challenge asks us to share images that show Structure of something typically overlooked. This past summer, as I enjoyed a day on the beach where we windsurf, I had the chance … Continue reading The Structured Life of a #Dragonfly