Today’s guest blogger is 8 years old, starting Third grade in the fall. Wow! Look at this photo she took from her flight’s window.
Thanks Ellie, for allowing me to share your shot of Mt. Rainier, Washington. If you hit the link on the name you’ll see it’s also known as Tahoma or Tacoma, I looked up the elevation and it’s 14,411 feet (4,392 meters)
Have a wonderful vacation and thanks for sharing your photo today. Your grandma has been a blog follower and good comment writer for years.
Last the windchill a minus twenty.
I had to drive around the block to get in a safe location to take this picture.
The sign that was dangling from the crane was not separated as it was when I first saw it. You have to be safe.
Artists capture Tierra and Cielo in Art Show
Land and Sky
opening this weekend — Saturday July 14th at 4:30
Joaquin Navarro and Terri Wolfe Izzo
Terri Wolfe Izzo says-
Joaquin Navarro says-
Terri and Joaquin welcome you to Wolfe Izzo Fine Art Studio
820 Camp Horne Road Pittsburgh PA 15237
Email Terri to make an appointment to see their paintings sometime during the week tswolfedesign(at)gmail(dot)com
and be on the lookout for signs by the car lots to enter the lot for the studio
St.George Island, Florida
Friday afternoon. July 1st. No rain in sight.
But a sliver of rainbow spotted in a beautiful sky.
(Extra)ordinary “Things or settings we might overlook at first glance. Whether in a new or familiar place, I try to keep my eyes open — to look for beauty or interestingness where I least expect it.” Cheri Lucas Rowlands
Not an ordinary puddle.
After a week of constant rain, the sun came out just before sunset.
With the ripple. A passerby hit the water.
Did I mention I left my camera in the apartment? Shot with the iPhone camera.