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Anyone recognize what style or perhaps era this house was built in? And which version do you prefer, color or monochrome? Teri 📷
April Fools! Well, it does look like Rocky here is enjoying a sandwich doesn’t it? Teri 📷 This is my second attempt at navigating the new editor which I am trying to learn whilst grumbling with every key stroke! Just … Continue reading
Last year was a whirlwind of travel. We were in airports so many times that we accumulated a ton of points that were going to be used for a new grand adventure for 2020. As I recall we visited California, … Continue reading
We went out this past weekend to do some properly keeping our social distance and all photography. I was quite happy about capturing this little sparrow (it is a sparrow isn’t it?) doing what birds do in spring. This image … Continue reading
I hope you’ve enjoyed my virtual tulip show and that you sang along to the “Tiptoe through the tulips” lyrics in Tiny Tim’s voice. Wait! You didn’t? Well then, you must go back and do it all over! Teri 📷
Orange you glad there’s more tulips today? Sorry…it had to be done! Teri 📷 Come tiptoe through the tulips with me….
Today is Good Friday, Passover has begun and the season of Lent is almost over as Easter is day after tomorrow. So what does all of that have to do with today’s post? Well, the name of these flowers and … Continue reading
I’m not sure how well you can see it but this image has been edited using two texture layers to give it an artistic painterly canvas look. Adding texture layers to an image can be an interesting way to get … Continue reading