And now I want more rain. There's just no pleasing people. This is a clip from the solid three weeks or so of rain we had in June.
I am trying out being on campus a bit more this summer since it is fairly peaceful and I am trying to transition back to normal faculty status. This is me walking to Siceluff, taken through Glass, which is doing a better job automatically uploading now. It also decided to Instagram the photo just for … Continue reading On campus
As one who spent a significant part of growing up in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, summer memories for me do not include the color green. Zoyzia grass was the norm and most people gave up by July and let it go dormant. It's almost July and everything is green! Things are blooming and I did not … Continue reading Project 365 on the edge of summer
The trimmed shrubs and the new hydrangea bush look good, but one of the landscapers thought the rock sculpture was real and stepped on it. Oops. Ceramic.
As part of some fresh landscaping, the azalea bush lost about a foot and a half in height.
I am trying to front load my work into June this summer so that July can turn into more of a normal summer where I prep for courses and do non-work things too. That may mean that this blog will be mainly Project 365 photos and not much else for a while so that I … Continue reading On campus in June
Name the intersection and which way you are facing. For example, on________ going [direction] at [crossroad]. There are times that I think I could take up knitting and only do it at this light. I could have a new scarf by winter!
A preview of fall, seen through Glass.
When you're short, the distance between ground and sky is smaller.
When I took this photo, it was because of the two Beetles together, but once I saw it, the way the clouds hang heavy in the sky makes the white cars look like more clouds. And...then I accidentally took a 10 second video clip. It's wonky, but it also does a good job of showing … Continue reading White cars