The Green Waterfall in the Wind on the First Day of Fall
Two days ago it was ninety five degrees. Schools were dismissed early due to the temperatures.
Do you discuss the weather?
It’s definitely a topic of conversation in Pittsburgh.
Unretouched color photograph.
On the Monongahela River Sunday evening.
It’s water under the bridge (s), the water being the Monongahela River. I lost count of the number of bridges we sailed under.
Rivers of Steel Photo Cruise on the Mon. During the 2 1/2 hour Riverboat Cruise we had rain, clouds, thunder, lightning )where we had to go inside the boat) and then a sliver of sun briefly, ending on clear skies.
Four Deflated Snowmen Found on July First.
Yes, it felt like 100 degrees in this heat wave.
At a high school grad party held at North Park Ice Rink.
No ice today.
Another beautiful Spring tree in an ordinary parking lot.
Saturday was the 32nd Annual Duckling Day at the Whetstone Branch of the Columbus Library.
Charlie wore his duck costume with mask on for more than an hour. The library had provided the materials to create the paper costume. There were some real ducks to watch splash in a baby pool And a parade led by some of the marching band. The NACHO band played outside the library. I forgot to mention that the 72 degree weather of yesterday dropped thirty degrees today. Brrrr 42!
The puppet show, crafts and folk music inside the library were all fun activities for the kids.
So here’s the blog post featuring Charlie while trying to omit photos of the other children. There was quite a crowd.
Thanking all of the sponsors who made the event possible. Each child received a goody bag with a book!
Here’s Charlie earlier in the day, gluing on the paper feathers
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.
We were walking around Alexanderplatz looking for a spot to sit to sip a Radler, and my son said, “There’s a man rappelling up on the Fernsehturm” (TV tower).
You can see him in the second, third and fourth photo. Maybe he was cleaning the windows? Can’t see any equipment, though. There’s an observation deck and a restaurant inside the tower where you can get a great view when the sky is this blue.
I never would have seen him if he hadn’t pointed him out to me. Didn’t travel with a big camera this trip, so no 70-200 lens to get a clear view.