Though I had to battle a heavy cloud cover,
I was able to capture some interesting photos of the 2017 solar eclipse.
If you have no need to use roads or sidewalks, you may find much to appreciate about a snow storm. Which of these can you appreciate about snow storms?
Certainly, there can be too much of a good thing. Let’s just talk about those times when we’ve found a happy medium.
When I think of bridges, it’s not the spectacular tributes to human ingenuity that first come to mind. It’s the small bridges surrounded by greenery that I see. There is something quiet and inviting about them. They seem to be waiting for me to stroll across them.
When it comes to life’s passages, it’s always better with a trusty companion. Those times when you are naturally in-step are priceless.
I depend on my mom for many things. Sometimes, the sun is so bright it hurts my eyes. That’s when I ask mom to be my shade.
Inside of Powell Gardens, you can find this small wedding chapel. Its simple structure uses natural building materials and integrates into the landscape.
The Kaw Indians used teepees for mobile homes.
Once upon a time there was a “one-eyed, one-horned, flying, purple people eater” which came to Earth because he wanted to be in a rock ’n’ roll band.
I said, “Mr. Purple People Eater what’s your line?”
He said, “Eating purple people, and it sure is fine.
But that’s not the reason that I came to land.
I wanna get a job in a rock ’n’ roll band.”
You may have heard this song. What you probably didn’t know is that he brought a pet with him. His pet is a Purple Pepper Eater. It’s similar to what we call a dragonfly. Instead of eating purple people, the pet eats purple peppers and has no desire to be in a rock ’n’ roll band.
Even though people call me a weaver, I think of myself as a skilled architect. I build large, grassy nests that contain several rooms. I line the exterior of my nest and the area around the entrance with thorny twigs. This discourages predators.