I had a hard time coming up with something for this week’s WordPress photo challenge. The theme is “rounded,” which lends itself easily to pictures of round things like flowers or fruit, but nothing like that excited me. Then today I passed this display of vases on my way out of the grocery store, and thought, “That’s it!” Each vase is gorgeously rounded, and then they saved space by alternating them on the shelf, creating a lovely rhythmic pattern of curves. Enjoy!
Posted in response to the WordPress photo challenge: Rounded
I take lots of cloud pictures, and I’m happy to share another one. This is the view to the east at sunset, with the last rays of the sun making some clouds glow while others are already fading to black. The colors are vibrant and the textures make me think of impressionist oil paintings. I hope you enjoy it as well.
Posted in response to the WordPress photo challenge: Glow
Too wet to rake. But I was intrigued by the carpet of leaves on the lawn under the ash tree, and crouched down to take this closeup of grass and leaves twined together. We often see autumn colors splashed across the hillsides or artfully arranged in harvest centerpieces, but not so often up close like this. Today it’s drier and hubby has gathered all the leaves into bags at the curb, so our lawn presents a much more acceptable suburban appearance. Still, I’m glad I have this image of how nature spread everything out.
Posted in response to the WordPress photo challenge: Scale
After hovering at 199 for several months, today I achieved a milestone: 200 wonderful people following this blog! Thanks and love to each and everyone one of you. I hope I can live up to whatever expectations led you to follow along. You are all the best!
No, we haven’t had an earthquake here in western New York. The road surface isn’t buckled, though you can see some potholes have developed. I don’t know what the reason is for this strangely warped crosswalk at a nearby shopping plaza, but I had to stop and take a picture.
For those who don’t recognize the title of this post, it may have begun in vaudeville but here’s a very old example in a clip from After the Thin Man (1936).
Posted in response to the WordPress photo challenge: Pedestrian