Coney Island Ride, carousel poles, birthday candles. Hair in a twist. Lighthouse in Florida. A gnarled tree.
Liquid: Weekly Photo Challenge Ben Huberman at WordPress posted the challenge for us to “keep it fluid”.
A found rainbow at dawn.
Right on my polka dot sheets. I’ve put away the flannel ones until next winter.
This week’s challenge is your place in the world.
My comfortable bed seemed a good place to start the day, finding my place in the world.
Michelle Weber challenges bloggers to show a photo of something unexpected this week- the word is unlikely
Wasn’t expecting a rabbit carrying a “baby” –
but it was Easter time.
Window display showing baby carriers for sale in Berlin.
Michael photographed the line of beautiful flowering trees on the way home from school this Thursday afternoon.
I was driving.
I had seen the trees on the way to pick him up and asked if he’d shoot them for me on the way home. Thanks Michael, nice job to catch them while we whizzed by.
The blossoming trees might make my eyes water and my nose run but they are so pretty.
LINES. Cheri Lucas Rowlands challenged WordPress bloggers to find lines through their lens. Here is my gallery of lines. Jet trails and kite tails. Sculpture, railroad tracks, smokestacks and jello layers.
Pittsburgh Skyscraper Reflection
Dandelions are good for the bees. My friend heard it in the radio- leave the dandelions in your lawn! Saw these two lawns next door to one another at a duplex in Bloomfield. The Weekly Photo Challenge created by Krista Stevens is prolific.
Prolific creeping phlox. Here’s an article about Dandelions and the Bees http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/dandelions-lawn-bees-1.3526394
Awakening 2. Signs of Spring in Berlin. Real time.
Yesterday’s post was of Grandson Charlie when he was brand new, just opening his eyes- from the 2015 archives. I caused a bit of confusion as he’ll celebrate his 3rd birthday in June.
Awakening: Weekly Photo Challenge