I found these pictures in my 2009 file for this week’s Cee Flower of the Day Photo Challenge. See lots more at https://ceenphotography.com/2017/09/29/flower-of-the-day-september-30-2017-dahlias-for-becky/
Discovered a blog that features creative pictures, beautiful poetry and interesting stories you may want to check out. Meet Victoria Chames and enjoy her art at these 2 sites. http://www.victoriachames.com/fencesindex.html http://w2w.victoriachames.com/interview.html Here are some pictures for her fence series that I’ve taken in Texas, Maryland, China, Mexico, London, and Ireland. Hope you enjoy them. … Continue reading Fence Me In Creatively
I’m sharing more lovely doors in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for this week’s Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo Challenge. Enjoy even more doors at https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2017/09/28/thursday-doors-september-28-2017/
“But, I don’t want to get off the bus…” Seconds later I found myself standing on the curb with an old black man who also had been kicked off the city bus–neither of us at our intended destination. And we didn’t even get a refund of our fare! I looked at him for an answer.… Continue reading It Started with a Seat
Parades are FUN events and for this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge with the topic of the letter f for fun or flowers, these are some pictures of a parade one afternoon in San Miguel de Allende. Not certain what they were celebrating, but it appeared there were several sections for various Indian tribes. See… Continue reading Parades are FUN
These are some windows I photographed in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico this year. Some of the windows are traditional, some highlight flowers, some provide light to a restaurant, and then there are those that are just pretty. See more windows at https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/windows-2/
At the age of 17, I hadn’t learned the art of saying no to my mother. She was a force that didn’t tolerate resistance, especially if it was obvious you weren’t going to win. So when she announced I was going to a southern girls’ school for my senior year in high school the decision… Continue reading You Can’t Tell I Went to a Girl’s School?