My contribution to this week’s Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge is of a door in San Miguel de Allende that beckons me in with a sense of peace and serenity. The second picture is of the gentleman above the door who looks sad. But perhaps that is his serene look. Check out some great door… Continue reading Thursday Door in SMA
Sunday Stills prompt this week is ‘high flight’, and by searching through my archives I discovered several ‘flight’ photos. Whether flights of stairs, flights of birds, or flights of air-borne vehicles, here are my contributions to this week’s challenge. See more high flights at https://secondwindleisure.com/2019/02/24/sunday-stills-high-flight/ Who would climb these stairs (Picture 1) remains a mystery,… Continue reading Flights–High and Low
These fences aren’t ‘picket’ or white, but they fit the Weekly Prompts Challenge for Fences. Found both of these in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Find more great fences at https://weeklyprompts.com/2019/02/23/photo-challenge-fences/
Kat Myrman’s weekly Twittering Tales challenge is always fun and creative. The task is to write a story about the picture below in 280 character or less. Here is my contribution to this week’s picture. See more at https://katmyrman.com/2019/02/19/twittering-tales-124-19-february-2019/ “Go 30 meters, that way, turn left. Go 100 meters, around the circle, take the first… Continue reading Lost in Twittering Tales
Live music abounds in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and I caught this trio sharing their talents on the Ancha recently. See more great black and white photos on Nancy Merrill’s Photo-a-Week Challenge at https://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2019/02/21/a-photo-a-week-challenge-black-white-2/
In my January 7, 2019 blog I promised more examples of art produced at the Made by Anado art gallery in the tiny village of Atotonilco just outside of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. This ‘stone-headed’ rock/boulder caught my attention and I just had to share it. See more oddball challenges at https://nuthousecentral.wordpress.com/2019/02/21/kammies-oddball-challenge-2-21-19/
I have regrets, most of us over the age of 3 probably do. Whether it’s for being unkind to a stranger in junior high, or lying to our parents about sneaking out of the house for a clandestine thrill in high school, or hurting a close friend with an unkind word as an adult, most… Continue reading Is It Too Late for Apologies?