The sun filters through rain, Nearing the end of its day of light, First random drops, an irregular drum beat, Building to a steady pattern of soaking release A gentle symphony of chords Playing through the canopy of the park’s shade Feeding the soil, Drenching the body, Cleansing the soul.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico is a tourist hotspot for both Mexicans and foreigners. But in these days of social distancing solitude can be found in the usual gathering place for hundreds on any given day. Here are some pictures taken this week around the near empty Parroquia and central plaza. No music, no crowds,… Continue reading Social Distancing = Desertion
‘I’ll beat you’ I hollered as we raced to the edge of the lake and powered our way toward a floating dock filled with youngsters wearing swimming attire popular in the late 1940’s. The floating dock that inspired many swimming competitions as a kid. Whose hand touched first was never the point. It was the challenge… Continue reading Weekly Prompts: Parks
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico is not my ‘hometown’, but I have adopted this lovely city where I can live for several months each year. I’m showing various pictures of the sights that greet me each day as I roam the streets of SMA. See much more at https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/ Parroquia De San Miguel Archangel … Continue reading Street Scenes of San Miguel de Allende
Cee’s Which Way Challenge highlights stairs, paths, walkways, roads, and whatever offers a view of ways to travel. See other Which Way photos at https://ceenphotography.com/2018/01/26/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-january-26-2018/
Moving Waters is the theme of Nadia Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge and I found a few in my archives. Visit Nadia’s blog to see more moving water pictures. https://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2017/06/08/a-photo-a-week-moving-waters/ Water fountains offer a great display of running waters, thrusting H2O in many patterns and directions. This fountain provides an ideal perch for a bird… Continue reading A Photo A Week–Moving Waters