Hope today is Labor Free for You!
How fast did Summer speed by?
What will you carry with you as you speed into fall?
Hope it is fond memories of lazy days.
Weekly Photo Challenge asked us to bring two photos into dialog.
I thought the annoyed cat and the long dead trilobite might have something to say to each other in color and shape, but maybe in attitude toward their plight in life as well.
What do you think?
There Are Arms Waiting For YOU!
Proud Dad showing off his 17 day old daughter at recent neighborhood block party. No one could keep their eyes off of that relationship it was hypnotic
We wanted to hold her
We wanted to be her.
Feel free to add your own affirmations.
Posted for Nurturing Thursday
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Everything at the farm is a little off plumb and level because it’s near an earthquake fault. We didn’t even feel yesterday’s tumbler here in Albany, Napa is about is about 40 miles North. But everybody else I know felt some shaking. Even if I didn’t feel it there is an eery sense of “before and after” like there was after the big one in ’89.
Still a little off kilter Palm tree at Mexican Restaurant Yesterday
Readers in California did you feel yesterday’s quake?
Everyone let me know which photo you like?
Here’s hoping the ground stays firm beneath your feet.
Posted for Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Street Photography (San Francisco’s Street Life)
When I saw the Weekly Photo Challenge was Fray I immediately thought of tasselled and frayed ends of corn silk which is abundant this time of year,a symbol of the end of gift of summer which is quickly coming to and. I had no images of them. Doing errands today I came upon this single stalk red of corn planted in a patch of land next to a parking lot off College Ave in Berkeley. The owner came out while I was there and said she didn’t plant it. So it is a volunteer or the work of a gorilla gardener. Only IN Berkeley!!
What fraud ends wrap around and keep summer alive a little long for you?
We are really made of of invisible particles
spinning around each other?
We may not be as solid as we think?
We are made of Peace,
Loving Kindness and
Knowledge that we are Stardust?
It seems like a good time to rework a post from last August. Perhaps an antidote this week’s news.
Who is ready to sparkle?
Go to http://youtu.be/SsGDiYlMFuk whole song We Are Stardust.
When I get up and dance I feel sparkly How about you?
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Rows I Sat In
Watched the tiny girl in the next row
as she was lovingly tended
by both of her grandparents.
I came home satisfied
I’d heard the message.
One Thanksgiving Night
After eating too much
A gang of us went to a SF Comedy Club.
The guy behinds us kept laughing
Too loud, heckling the comic on stage
I look around It was Robin Williams
He went on stage and did a set
Then sat back down
Margo Rody Tuesday Tryout ask for Comic Relief “Comic strips are structured like poems. Each window is a stanza; they have a beginning a middle and an end; somewhere between the beginning and the end there is a turn towards the end. More important, is that the good ones convey some truth about the world, or people, or life, in a very few words and images”
I had wanted to tell both of these stories and today’s challenge gave me the forum. Thanks Margo.
Not The Usual Views of Point Reyes
Pt. Rayes is in an other world all it’s own. It is on an other continent. Well another continental plate the Pacifica Plate same as Hawaii or Japan. The Earth Quack of 1908 was centered at what is now the Visitors center.
I realize this post also qualifies for Weekly Photo Challenge so I’m double dipping today.
View other entries for this week’s challenge: Black and White