It’s a “real thing”, honest. The prescription is simple, “Post photos of fences on Fridays.” That’s the only rule of the Fenced Friday group thst started on Flickr and moved to Instagram. The creator of the group said he didn’t like the “stringent and exclusive” rules of other groups, so he made it dead simple.
So here are some of my fresh off the post captures from this spring.
Continue reading “On a Post”
There is nothing like spending time in an ancient gorge to make you realize that our time on earth is a drop in the bucket. Our lives but a small dot compared to that majesty of the earth.
Continue reading “A small dot //In a red chair”
We are definitely not morning people. So after a nice relaxing start to the day we packed lunch and headed out the door. It wasn’t warm and fresh snow adorned the mountains.
Continue reading “My Boy Scout”
Technically I’m not quite “playing by the rules” with the challenge as presented. But hey what’s new? I’m merely thinking outside the ordinary realm of “afloat”.
Continue reading “Just staying afloat #Sundaystills”
If the blog prompt had been about Burl Wood or a burl of wood it would have seemed easy. Instead this week’s theme is burlywood, the colour. Which I had to look up only to find out it’s a boring beige really. Ugh but I’ve decided to rise to the challenge.
Continue reading “#Sundaystills Burly What?”
I’ve used the basis of these words “silver lining” for a title before but this particular time they actually are in reference to a song title and not a perspective on life. I also stuck a pronoun in front of it because I want to make it personal. How these words affect my life and what my silver lining is and has been for the last 40+ years.
Continue reading “SundayStills My Silver Lining”
The theme this week is geometry. Which lead me to right angle triangles and trigonometry and how that was NOT my thing. At all. But, and it’s a good but, my best friend totally got it. So much so that she taught it to me, one of many reasons I still love her. Not surprising that she ended up as a high school math teacher; one that students gave many accolades to.
Continue reading “#Sundaystills shapes”
It’s long been “my thing” and I am teaching my grandchildren to stop and appreciate the sunsets as well.
Continue reading “#SundayStills Summer Solstice 21”
What was… once
“Remnants” of first Nations lands
What was… once
Continue reading “Wordless Wednesday – What Was”
Now “remnants” of settlers lives