Drama where you find it.
Rule one. Get out of car to compose better shot.
Such a great light and I was lazy. Sitting in the driver’s seat. Had to turn around because Larimer Avenue was in the process of being blocked off for some kind of light up night festivity last Saturday afternoon.
Why oh why did I not get out and take more than these two shots? The white on these roofs was so nice.
and in case you are wondering rooves is obsolete I thought about it. Plural of roof. Like hoof. Hooves. But rooves is now deemed obsolete.
The white on the roofs of these outhouses caught my eye. And the sky. And the eerie wind blowing as if some storm was brewing close by.
Okay Grammarians. Here’s your chance. I can’t decide which is correct.
1. As if “not littering” were enough to keep Pennsylvania beautiful.
2. As if “not littering” was enough to keep Pennsylvania beautiful.
The more I read them the more I think I should go with- #3 choice-
Is just “not littering” sufficient?
“Not littering” isn’t the only thing necessary………
No way to dial a #1-800-Grammar line and find out which is correct.
It’s after eleven PM. The English teachers, working or retired, I know are fast asleep.
Surely someone can help me out with the proper wording of the title.
Maybe it will occur to me in the middle of the night.
Or just check out the sign and don’t worry about my inability to decide.
Shot near Rankin Bridge on Route 837.