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Tag Archives: Monochrome Monday
You just never know who or what you may see when in New York and this was something I never would’ve imagine coming upon In the sea of locals and tourists going about their daily commute or pausing to take … Continue reading
That is what the cautionary road sign stated on the road to the Aberdeenshire castle trail. And it was absolutely correct. These were behind a fence; many of their kin were not. Teri 📷
Did you know that male swans are called cobs, females pens and their little ones cygnets? They were rather messy eaters as you can see by the long strands of water lily bits they were pulling out from the water … Continue reading
Among other things I was in the cockpit of a huge C-17 Globemaster III. More coming as soon as I sort through “some” images. Teri 📷
Wait till you see where I’ve been! Teri 📷
The Pearl – restaurant, Tavern and oyster room – good eats and drinks and people watching (and be watched) when it’s patio season in Columbus, Ohio. We love it here when the patios open it just makes us all so … Continue reading
I could easily have put him in his crib when he fell asleep in my arms but I wanted to absorb every single moment of time I had with him. There is nothing in this world so precious as a … Continue reading
Steampunk in the steamy summer heat of Louisville, Kentucky.
What a difference one little letter makes 😉
A remnant from it’s mining past at the Superstition Mountain Museum.