….at least the Zamboni part.
Frank Zamboni introduced the ice resurfacing machine in 1949.
The weekly photo challenge is names
Anyone who watches hockey has heard of the name Zamboni. I just like the sound of it. Who wouldn’t love to drive one around the ice?
Ice Rink in New York City.
The Weekly Challenge is NAMES
New York City November 2016
Click for complete list of alphabetized names
thanks Michelle W at WordPress for the suggestion of stockings hung by the chimney with care –Weekly Photo Challenge anticipation
Needlepoint c.1974 by Bobbie, my sister-in-law
Handknit Snoopy stockings by a woman named Jane G in Clarion PA 1981
Had to consider do I post a photo “peopled or unpeopled”?
Aunt Mary, Michael, Maura and Jack look across the Hudson River to New Jersey. Documenting the Thanksgiving vacation, saving memories of a childhood experience for reference.
There were a handful of us in the theater Friday night. When Steve and I walked in theater 7 we made four. Two more couples arrived before the show started. We saw the Amy Adams film Arrival which had a 94% positive rating in Tomatometers. I hadn’t been to the movies in awhile. Guess it’s the same for others. Home on the couch in front of the TV or out listening to music? They weren’t at the theater(s) lined up to buy tickets. Friday night used to be a big night out at the Movies.
Two people arriving on the right, reading the board. GThis week’s challenge is Relax. Show how you unwind. We went to the 6:30 show. It was desolate.
there were boxes and boxes of new chairs to be installed
Friday afternoon I was photographing senior portraits of two young women by the Cathedral of Learning at Pitt. ( no one actually says “University of Pittsburgh”)
In between their outfit changes, I photographed the tall tower in different lights.
see how the sun changes the color of the Indiana limestone? Magic
Then a bride and groom walked by, just married!
I asked if I might photograph them and they said, sure!
I even asked the groom to move a bit so his mouth wasn’t hidden. Sweet.
Those were some killer heels (in blue)
And then a woman walked by with balloons.
There was a beautiful tree
It was fun to see some different sights. And capture them, too.
All in all it was a magical afternoon, especially with the unexpected barefoot bride and the balloon woman.
Magic is the weekly photo challenge.
Author Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrated by Garth Williams
the Weekly Photo Challenge. Nothing came to mind. Nothing in the archives.
“To change in appearance or form, especially strangely or grotesquely; transform.”
If you’re a Calvin and Hobbes fan you know all about the word already.
I didn’t know what it meant.
See before and after
Downloaded an App Face Goo and the after is on the right.
-Loved being in the passenger seat tonight while Steve drove home through the rain and wet leaves.