Wet pavement and textured concrete.
Through the museum window
Trying to find attribution to sculpture court artwork is challenging on the CMOA website.
We need rain but it’s coming so fast and furious on Tuesday, it’s running off and forming problems on roadways, causing flooding in some areas.
In context. Sculpture Court Carnegie Museum of Art.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”
Little locust leaves litter the steps, wet from the rain
Step Forward Event/Walk (1.5 Miles) to Fight Parkinson’s Disease.
Highland Park, Pittsburgh PA. Saturday morning September 26, 2015.
When the listing for the Fund Raising event said “Fun for the whole family” you can see they were serious.
Face Painting by a Pixie- designer Beth Shari
Yes, that is a Pierogie with a Purse and the Mayor in the blue shirt and jeans
This is a reblog- originally posted October 2009.
Red Currants and Red Raspberries their specialty, not to mention the gooseberries to make jam. Raspberry pies, and free raspberry sundaes. We roasted hot dogs over a fire, and marshmallows to make s’mores.
Autumn color in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania is hard to beat. The barn was filled with the smell of apples.
She was in the passenger seat. We had just left Laura’s. The traffic was backed up for the railroad crossing.
She caught the tree with the formerly green leaves, now rust colored. Don’t want to see the summer end.
Remember the Spring-like November Day I posted Tuesday with the thirty degree drop in temps predicted?
Well, it’s more like a forty degree drop two days later-
in the park, late afternoon.
Cashmere fingerless gloves.
Thank you SB for the loan of the luxurious gloves. I’m still warming up the rest of me.
My hand looks a bit like “The Claw” in a horror flick but the cozy gloves were so welcome on my chilly hands during the photo shoot in the park.
Schenley Park tree.
Just a couple of weeks ago. The setting sun coming through the leaves.
No school today on Veterans Day. Spent some time outside before the threatened polar vortex arrives.
Happy Third Anniversary Lala and James love Ma and MIL Ruthie
In the Highland Park fountain. It was late in the afternoon.
Leaves swirling, their shadows moving along with the water flow.
Almost looks like a sidewalk, the stone bottom. It was hard to show the depth.
Leaves in water are different from blowing around, they’re stuck to the surface, weighted down.
I watched them for awhile, waiting for someone.
I neglected to add a title/text right onto the images.
Today I went to www.picmonkey.com as suggested on WordPress, found some images that lent themselves to the addition of text and went with the Self-Help Genre.
Not that self-help books really help
Here’s the bookshelf of Cover Art of my imaginary titles.