This lovely door is so narrow, tucked along a street, and the ironwork is lovely. It has a blend of Mexico and Asian. See more doors on Norm’s site https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2018/10/18/thursday-doors-october-18-2018/ Advertisements
I’m not certain who was driving this vehicle, but the 7 passengers are identifiable. This particular place in San Miguel de Allende is called the Cat Lot. I’m not certain how many felines bed down there daily, but they appear well fed and seem friendly with one another. (There are 7 kitties in the picture,… Continue reading Cat Car–Oddball Challenge
Cee gave us liberty to show autumn pictures featuring leaves and trees, so my contributions are photos taken over a period of years mostly while in southeastern Oklahoma at my favorite park: Robbers Cave State Park. See more Flower of the Day Photo Challenge pictures at https://ceenphotography.com/2018/10/15/flower-of-the-day-october-16-2018-mums/
I urge you to watch this video on the fabulous artwork displayed on the Opera House ‘sails’ in Sydney, Australia. Breathtaking. https://soulgifts.com.au/2018/10/17/sunset-art-show-in-sydney/comment-page-1/#comment-23224
Textures. We find them everywhere, sometimes dramatically displayed, and often just seen as part of the backdrop of life. Here are some of my pictures that show textures of beauty and neglect, both equally appealing. See more interesting textures at Sunday Stills.
At a discussion group meeting I attend each week the topic was Masks, and although it sounds simple enough, we began to have the following questions: How many masks do we wear or have we worn? What masks do we utilize? Do we change masks as we grow older? Do masks hide us, protect us,… Continue reading Masks-Do They Help Me or Hide Me?
In response to the prompt of Blue in this week’s Travel With Intent photo challenge I picked blue skies from some of my travels. See more at https://travelwithintent.com/2018/10/14/blue/ BLUE SKIES IN… Ridgway, Colorado Alpine, TX … Continue reading blue skies, nothing but…