My husband and I climbed Mount Monadnock in New Hampshire a couple of weeks ago. It only takes a few hours to climb and descend again, but it’s a workout and a half! This is a picture of part of the trail we took, looking back at what we’d just climbed. Continue reading Trail Assistance Needed!
The changing scenery of the sky always reminds me that life is ever changing. We can’t get too comfortable or too lost in our circumstances, because change is a-comin’!
In spite of the innumerable changes life itself brings, we can be sure that God never changes. He is forever the same.
This is my response to the Developing Your Eye: Water assignment, in which we are to compare photo orientation. Here is a horizontal view of the same clouds, which somehow makes them seem much farther away!
Here’s a view down the main drag of Woods Hole, MA. Trees in this area look so sad, having been trimmed down the middle to protect the power lines!
This is my response to the Developing Your Eye: Street assignment.
This home looks well-defended and soft, but the birds never came back to finish it! Perhaps I scared them off with my curiosity.
This is my response to the Daily Post’s Developing Your Eye: Home assignment.
Up close, these barnacles look a bit alien, don’t they? Almost a little creepy! Here’s another picture to put your mind at rest about their danger: Continue reading Shut the Front Door!
This is what happens when you just let your garden onions do their own thing, and it’s beautiful!
I’m so glad this was shining in the sun, or I would have become a karate master as I walked through it!