Allegheny Cemetery. Pittsburgh PA. Saturday afternoon.
I had to pull over and put my flashers on and try to catch a couple of shots.
They ran like lightning. From what or to where I don’t know.
The structure you see is the mausoleum.
I never saw anything like this herd running. I missed the first group.
I cropped to try to give you a better sense of my experience.
“Sometimes, we get caught up in nostalgia, future fantasy, or both, and we don’t embrace the “now.” For this week’s challenge, take a moment to notice your present, and share a photo of it.”
Embracing the “now” as I returned home this afternoon.
Took a moment. Noticed my present. Sharing a photo of it.
Dirty dishes in the sink and an empty eggnog container to rinse and recycle.
Spotted during Thanksgiving vacation as we were entering the Brooklyn Museum. There are similar cars in Berlin and Australia and the artist Ai Weiwei is tweeting when new locations for Lego donations are set up.
Only after I photographed it, read and researched the reason for the Lego donations for Ai Weiwei’s artworks did I realize there was a controversy.
The manufacturer of Lego in Denmark refused to supply a bulk order of lego bricks for his artwork due to the nature of his artworks’ political messages. Here is an article in The Atlantic and you can read about the controversy here
Sunday afternoon I was still thinking about how to best illustrate Transition in a single image. The “yarn to knitted hat” photo was well received. What else could I depict to show transition?
Talking about it with my sister, she suggested the ice cube.
In my sisters kitchen, New York.
Photographing ice reminded me of trying to photograph glass so it doesn’t look blah.
I like responding to the challenges and seeing how others interpret the same theme.
(The hat pattern is Sockhead Hat by Kelly McClure on Ravelry)
Photographed with iPhone 6, Monday November 23, 2015
Getting ready for Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”
One minute you have babies, then toddlers and teenagers, young adults. Before you can catch a breath, they are all grown up and gone and have families of their own
In response to Michelle W. Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Grid.”
shot with iPhone this evening specifically for the challenge.