Solar Powered Dragonflies. They keep changing colors.
A dot of moon on the right.
Night time view at Aunt Linda and Uncle Frank’s. You can see two of Uncle Frank’s vintage cars he’s restored.
When we pulled up to the stop sign, we saw Kennywood Fireworks at seemingly eye level because their street is up so high.
A wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter.
A teacher, a neighbor, a knitter.
A colleague. A friend.
I took this photo of Nora in my living room at the Greenfield Holiday Party years ago.
Her radiant smile spoke of her generous heart, her loving spirit, her sense of humor, her easy laughter. She loved her family with her all.
Nora was a loyal blog follower since the beginning of the blog 7 years ago and wrote emails in response to photos she especially liked.
Alaska. Baked Orechiette. The family.
She always had a positive word and expressed gratitude for so much.
This morning. fellow Greenfielders and all those who loved her, gathered together to celebrate her life at a lovely Mass of Christian Burial.
She will be missed.
We will remember.
Parked in front of Breadline Cafe
Steve our bus driver of the Double Decker Bus Tour of Austin TX
Look sock monkey made their FB page!
Not too sure about the hat driver Steve wanted me to sport while he photographed the four of us. Joanne (the MOB) had the idea we should tour the city and it was a wonderful plan! Thanks for taking the photo, Steve.
They instruct you to NOT touch the branch as it might fling back into the next person behind you.
The rain stopped. We walked down to the yarn store Hill Country Weavers and then walked across the street for lunch.
The field of cars is something to see. Piles of crunched up vehicles, stacks and stacks.
The categories are evident. On the link above, I read they have computerized inventory and ten salesmen to help you find the car part you are looking for.
We pulled over and I had to get out of the car. Photographing through the bonus chainlink fence- perfect for the Weekly Photo Challenge of GRID.
A photograph can’t really capture the massive sea of broken cars and trucks.