This was the year. I had no need of coats of any kind. My coat closet was full, mostly of my mom's coats that I hadn't recycled yet and the Christmas tree that Sophie broke (she has a white wire addiction), but full enough of my own coats that I was fine. So, why did … Continue reading The Coat Saga…again
Winter in the back yard.
The first photo is of all three cats actively engaged watching the snowflakes hit birds in flight. From a cat viewpoint, this is fascinating because it keeps the birds low to the ground and theoretically catchable. The second is them noticing me and looking nonchalant, a cat specialty.
My home office wasn't cold yesterday, but today it is. I have a space heater, but it flips the circuit breaker too often, so sweaters work better. That means it's time to put on another layer and write. Oh Missouri weather! This three day cycle between spring warming and snow has got to stop.The snowflake … Continue reading Faux spring
I could have stayed in Ohio for this. This is southern Missouri and we are getting snow while there is still several inches of snow on the ground from the last time. It is coming down in big fluffy flakes like we live in a snow globe, which, by the way, has its appeal because … Continue reading Enough of a good thing
I've had enough snow, enough looking through windowpanes and door frames. Polar vortex, begone.
I used the poster filter and intensified the hue saturation to get this. The version in the featured gallery is not manipulated.
Here is a photo from yesterday. I took it mainly for the reflection of the house, but did not use it because of the top of the ball being cut off. I am finding that my viewfinder is not completely WYSIWYG. My view in the back had it framed correctly, so I need to add … Continue reading Before and after