Thursday Doors from Richmond, Virginia (with a Splash of Trees)

Hello Readers – To join in with Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo challenge, I have doors with Richmond, Virginia. The photos also have a theme of various trees – and a couple have a nice blue sky.  Ready?   ___ Do you have one that you like the most from this post?  I like 2 and then 6 … More Thursday Doors from Richmond, Virginia (with a Splash of Trees)

The Sweetest Hours Fly the Fastest (Photos from the Museum)

Deb, at Travel with Intent (here), offers a weekly quotation for bloggers to connect with images or words. This week I join in with some museum photos and some words – thanks to Debbie Smyth for hosting her challenges to give us ideas and spark inspiration.  The quote this week is: “All our sweetest hours fly fastest.” Virgil     … More The Sweetest Hours Fly the Fastest (Photos from the Museum)

SWEET SWEET SONG (Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction) and a few Comics

__ Title “Sweet Sweet Song” Fiction word count: 99   “Really? You did it? Officially took the new job and put in notice?” Yeah, baby.  We can move for the new job as early as next month.  Exhaling, hands across face, Lisa sat down, pulled her hair back saying, “I cannot believe how sweet this feels.” I … More SWEET SWEET SONG (Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction) and a few Comics

Sunday Trees (Tips for Resting and Square Breathing Technique)

__ I started this post for Tina Schell’s Lens-Artists’ theme of “TAKING A BREAK” earlier this month (here) – I did not have a chance to finish it – so here it is today.  Doesn’t that tree look like it is resting – and taking a break??  __ As many readers know – a lot … More Sunday Trees (Tips for Resting and Square Breathing Technique)

Ghost on Nancy Hanks Laid At Last (What Pegman Saw)

Happy Saturday Readers,  Joining in with What Pegman Saw, which brings us to the Florida Keys for this week’s challenge. Here is the photo prompt for today’s fiction: _ Ghost Laid At Last (fiction word count: 150) .. “It’s all in your mind. You see what you expect to see,” Edward replied as flames grew higher, … More Ghost on Nancy Hanks Laid At Last (What Pegman Saw)

FLOWERS on FRIDAY (Colorful Floral Connections to Life Situations)

Happy Friday Readers, After Monday’s Black and White flower photographs (here) and because it is raining today (much needed, but rather dreary) – thought it was time to share flowers with color.  The fresh flower photos I took ((just yesterday)) seemed to have emotional vibes to them. Maybe I was “primed” to see this in flowers because of the sign … More FLOWERS on FRIDAY (Colorful Floral Connections to Life Situations)

Thursday Doors (Baltimore PART 2 – The Wire Neighborhood)

Hello Readers – time to share some Thursday doors – and the rest of the photos from our May 2019 visit to Baltimore, MD (first post is HERE).   TODAY’S DOORS   Johns Hopkins Hospital Did you ever call this hospital “John Hopkins” without the “S” – many of us have…. ever wonder why it is … More Thursday Doors (Baltimore PART 2 – The Wire Neighborhood)

JULY 2019 – A DOZEN STREET SHOTS – RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (AND EMPATHY VIDEO)

. Hello Readers. One word Sunday is “profile” this week (HERE) and I had a few street shots planned to share (the first three) BUT THEN… This seemed like the perfect time to share a dozen STREET PHOTOS FROM JULY 2019. JULY 2019 STREET SHOT #1: “LADY IN GREEN DRESS”   THIS NEXT PHOTO IS MY FAVORITE … More JULY 2019 – A DOZEN STREET SHOTS – RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (AND EMPATHY VIDEO)