So many firsts
When you are three months old.
Today his first autumn leaf. Look!
Oh, there it is
I walked Charlie around the block today and found the ambient light under his stroller canopy.
Series of three
Baby’s first autumn.
He’s not at all worried about the next season and what it will bring.
Everything is new and wonderful.
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
Photographed foggy morning September 16th. How fog affects the image’s feel. A painterly effect.
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.
Oyster Radio from Apalachicola already posted one of the photos my guest blogger Kristin sent me earlier today. Direct from St. George Island, Florida.
This is what she saw as she looked out the window.
There was lightning and strong winds. I asked her if she could hear anything from the waterspout.
I had to go and look up waterspout as I’ve never seen one.
The National Ocean Service explains a waterspoutTo give you a better perspective, you can see their house in the picture (this is the one Oyster Radio already showed) You might remember the Century Plant from last year.
Saw these two photos on the desktop and they seemed similar in shape
But here’s what happens with the Pittsburgh Plunge at Kennywood
No lightning. It was a go.
It’s unfortunate we can’t share the excessive rain with other parts of the country who need it.
They only call it if there’s lightning.
And there wasn’t.
Anna at the Muirfield Swim Meet a week ago in the rain.