These two make a lot of weird noises at first but then they settle down and pretend not to notice the other one's there.
watched me as I ran by.
I'm glad one of us is having some salad tonight.
It was a busy night on the driveway.
I think these clouds with tails are spectacular shades of blue--azure, cornflower, Brandeis, steel, and lots of other shades, too.
It was a beautiful bright morning so I took a photo of a farm, some trees, and clouds.
But this afternoon nothing but greyness, rain, and fog.
I don't think I've ever seen these before. I thought it was the ends of a rainbow but apparently they're sun dogs.
I took this photo on my way back from the Wild Writers Literary Festival in Waterloo. I like the way the trees seem to be marching along in single file off on some great adventure. And I like that I didn't notice that when I took the photo because (as usual) I was concentrating on the clouds. Wait for me, trees. Wait for me.
My eldest grandson helped me put together the witch this year. He decided she needed a wand and something in her teacup--fabric scraps and bits of corrugated cardboard fastened together with lots of tape.