I’m back from my trip to sunny Ireland. Sunny, you say? Yep, 7 full days of sunshine on the Emerald Island. Even the natives were shocked. Since I’m not a travel writer, I won’t provide details about our travels. Rather, I’ll share some highlights, some pictures, some surprises, some interesting facts, some experiences, but none of the… Continue reading Rock Fantasies
Hey Folks, I’m leaving today on a 10 day trip to Ireland. That is the country, not a bridge in a rural area of Oklahoma. That means you may not hear from me for a couple of weeks, unless I can master posting on my blog from my iPad. Don’t think I’ll take my laptop,… Continue reading Ireland, Here I Come!
A trip to deep southwest Texas introduced me to this ‘once’ door so decided to share it with you as part of Norm’s Thursday Doors photo challenge. See more door pictures at https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2017/04/20/thursday-doors-april-20-2017/
This old garage sports a large door opening, and a small door. Is it the door or the opening that catches your attention? And this old gate I discovered while walking in my neighborhood. Have passed it numerous times, but never saw it. Doors and a bird bath… More door pictures can be found at Norm’s… Continue reading Gates and No Doors
In keeping with this week’s Photo-A-Week Challenge: Two Materials, I found a couple of pictures I took while in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. These window boxes mix several materials: metal, stone, and, of course, vegetation. Hope you enjoy these, and find more challenge photographs at: https://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2017/03/30/a-photo-a-week-challenge-two-materials/
This week’s Tuesday Photo Challenge topic is Mirror, and here are some examples of mirror images and reflection shots I found in my photo library. Check out other great Mirror images at: https://dutchgoesthephoto.net/2017/02/07/tuesday-photo-challenge-mirror/ And an actual mirror in a garden in Paris!
As part of Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge, I decided to focus on door knockers I found in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Visit Norm’s site for pictures of GREAT doors. Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge