We had a sizzling April in San Miguel de Allende, and thankfully May has brought showers and cooler weather. This is surprising because historically May is the hottest month in this high desert town in central Mexico. With any luck the gods will grace us with more damp days and lower temperatures. Summer is considered… Continue reading Can We Think About Something Else?
I’m heading back to Texas today after a six month stay in San Miguel de Allende, so I may be missing in action for the next 5 weeks. After reconnecting with friends, catching up on the latest gossip, and chowing down on a Texas steak I’ll head back to SMA in June for more time… Continue reading See You in a Few…
Summer in the Colorado mountains. Summer for my lizard friends. Summer in my yard. http://jennifernicholewells.com/2015/11/03/one-word-photo-challenge-summer/
These are my selections for the Fav Foto Friday #15 challenge that encourages sharing interesting photos taken during the week. This metal chicken got a eye full of rain coming off my roof during a rain storm this week. Couldn’t resist the title. Bird’s eye view … Continue reading Fav Foto Friday 15
What is it about fall that seems to change people’s attitude about life? Whatever, you can ‘feel’ the change. We hit the streets walking. We don long sleeves. We buy football jerseys. We winterize our flower beds; we buy more channels on our TV packages to get all the sports events. And we set our… Continue reading Fall is in the Air—or the Drink!
Just returned from a road trip to North and South Carolina, but turned back after reaching Cumberland Gap because of torrential rains and hurricane warnings. Headed back west until blue skies appeared in Kentucky and Arkansas. The pictures were some taken during that wet and then sunny journey. Fav Foto Friday #12 URL … Continue reading Fav Foto Friday #12 Change of Plans
This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is: From Every Angle. The challenge is to photograph a person, piece of fruit, toy—any stationary object and experiment by photographing it from different angles. So my contribution is Colorado Flower.