Mary and I went to the Carnegie Museum of Art yesterday, the last day of 2018.
Here we are reflected in artist Dan Graham‘s Heart Pavilion sculpture.
Our weight appears to fluctuate depending on the curve of the mirror. Our legs reminiscent of Giacometti figures in the last shot. Even with all our holiday eating!
We’ve had a nice time together over the Christmas vacation.
Signage in a puddle.
Seen in Ohio a couple of weeks ago.
A very skinny puddle.
Sunday afternoon outside the Neues Museum. The Berlin cathedral in a rainy puddle. Fall began in earnest.
Sunset captured in the school windows. A six word Saturday today. From the archives.
One of the nights when you stay late for the band concert, you’re in the parking lot and you see the sunset, captured in the school windows.
The final Weekly Photo Challenge was issued Wednesday. All Time Favorites.
Stay tuned for the gallery of all time favorites
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.
Pots and pan lids. Age old play toy for babies and toddlers. Charlie got into the drawer of lids, paused from the task and studied his reflection.