The direction of available light affects the image significantly-
Filmed with my able assistant -grandson Michael dashboard operator
The weekly Photo Challenge is Path
Polls opened at 7. There was already a line when I arrived at 6:57.
I wore my Grand Old Flag socks.
I thought of all those who came before me, my great grandmothers who weren’t allowed to vote, how others fought and died (and are still) to give me this right.
I am grateful.
Linea Verde- Green Market
Bloomfield neighborhood on Liberty Avenue.
Steve and I were on our way to dinner and so that’s why you see the outdoor pumpkin display going both directions.
After dinner we went inside and bought pizzelles. Anise flavored.
I Had to ask about the roots in the first photo-turmeric!
Along Grant Street, downtown Pittsburgh, after being released from jury duty. You know how I like reflections.
I walked a few blocks to the train station to meet Steve who was picking me up.
There must have been a lot of rain while I was inside the courthouse all day.
After the birthday party (grown up), the nextdoor neighbor kids were playing in the puddles.
There’d been a downpour.
Kids love puddles. They are like magnets to them.
If you are in the vicinity of the Amanda Smith Gallery in Johnson City Texas be sure to check out the current exhibition, curated by Julie Blackmon.
(Click to see the Habitat exhibition)
My photograph Jane’s House on Atlantic Ave at Friendship was selected to be part of the show.
I’m glad this image was chosen as I feel it honors Jane’s memory. We liked to say we taught together in Hell. I remember great parties- the Winter Solstice with the Useless Gift Exchange, Chinese New Year and the 10,000 Year Old Eggs , our Unpretentious Wine Group gathering with a crazy glossary of terms and a kitchen a sink that sucked down plastic garbage bags with unbelievable suction.
Right here in Western Pennsylvania. A Mushroom Club.
“A club is an association of two or more people united by a common interest or goal.”There are all sorts of clubs in the community. But I’d never heard of this one/ have you? Maybe you belong to a club, but I bet not too many readers belong to a Mushroom Club.
There is a Club Species Life List available with photographs on their web page. I had no idea there were so many varieties of fungi.
Excuse me sir, but might I photograph your t-shirt? (click) Thank you.
Here is the link to the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club webpage.
“The Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club was created to promote the enjoyment, study, and exchange of information about wild mushrooms. Everyone who has an interest in wild mushrooms is welcome to become a member.”
If you live in the area, there is a list of upcoming events.