Night Sky and Taking a Break –


Here is a picture taken from my back yard one night a few weeks ago.

I’ll be away from WordPress for a bit, and back in November.

~Take care everyone, I’ll look forward to seeing all your posts.





H2O – AZ Falls – WPC

US Department of the Interior/ Bureau of Reclamation/

Title xxVII  Phoenix AZ




From behind the first picture. I like the little peep hole in the center.

From behind the first picture. I like the little peep hole in the center.


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Curves In My Garden – WPC

For this week’s challenge, get inspired by the curves around you. From curves in architecture to bends in nature to man-made undulations, you have lots to work with!

These pictures are from my garden.




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Pure: Babies – Human and Feathered Friends

Our granddaughter feeding the baby geese at the Wissahickon Creek. She is about to throw the bread, but she doesn’t let go until the back swing behind her. It was so funny. Then her uncle showed her how to toss it in front of her.


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Topic of Trio – Pine Cones

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Trio.

We planted a 5 foot Christmas Tree a few years back, and now it’s about 12 feet tall. This year is the first time I saw some pine cones on it. The odd thing is that there are only 3. Of course I took a picture throughout their growth. I admit I have not read up on pine cones on trees, but I find it odd there are only 3 on the whole tree. Happens to be perfect for this Challenge. Oh, the lights . . . we keep it lit at night all year round. It just looks so pretty.

Do you see the one behind the front left?




Creepy – Bone Ships from 1903.

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Creepy.”

My recent beach combing excursion to  Long Beach Island, N.J.  also  lead me to find out about “Bone Ships.”  A shipwreck  down near Ship Bottom in 1903, had a cargo of hog and cattle bones. Here is a link to an article. Below are pictures I took of my find.