I haven’t done a Blogging Insights in a while and definitely haven’t done one under this new format:
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #159, Guest host Ana from Anvica’s Gallery has given the topic of Postcards.
Okay, I’m going to make this quick. It might be the caffeine talking because I’ve been feeling jittery, like I’m walking on a wire. Maybe I’ve been having too much coffee lately, trying to stave off the tiredness. So excuse me if I start talking in bullet points.
I love water reflections, especially on a sunny day. This was taken at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone when I went there last week. I saw this tree and thought it was in the wrong place but at the same time, it does look pretty cool. A Photo a Week Challenge
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #158, Guest host Wandering Dawgs assigns the topic of Along Back Country Roads.
Good morning or afternoon, let’s have a virtual drink. I’m in the mood for some icy cold beverage, how about you?
I should’ve done a “Day 3” of the trip 3 days ago but with my guests still in town and work, I just couldn’t find the time.
It’s amazing how I’m able to find so much in common with my fellow traveler and guest, who happens to be a 15-year-old.
Of the five Yellowstone trips I’ve taken so far, I think this is the most relaxing trip so far or maybe I’m just exhausted from all the traveling I’ve done recently.
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #157, Guest hosts Rusha and Bert from Oh, the Places We See assigned the topic of Getting Away.
Good morning or afternoon, let’s have a virtual drink. I nabbed some fine tea bags from my work conference in Las Vegas, let’s try those.
What would be much better if you could just change the color of it?
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #156, Anne from Slow Shutter Speed assigned the topic of Black and White.
Good morning or afternoon, let’s have a virtual drink.
Is there inherent order in nature or is it all chaos and chance?
This week on Truthful Tuesday, hosted by Thoughts and Theories, asks:
It has certainly been an interesting Independence Day this year. I spent this morning squeezing past crowds, trying to find a good spot to watch the annual parade. There was so much festivity in the park, something I didn’t think I’d ever see again after more than a year of masks and social-distancing. The city…
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #155, John from Journeys with Johnbo challenged us to share some photos for the topic of On the Water. I agree with John, people, including me, tend to gravitate toward water. For me, the reason is when there is water, the temperature tends to be a little cooler especially…
Good morning, come on in and let’s have a cup of coffee and a chat. We better have our chat indoors this week, it’s going to be hot again today.
I am starting a new series, one where I can share some random thoughts I have been having each week. For this inaugural post, I’m titling it “Useful Not Useless”.
What do you think of the idea of the ‘greater good’ principle?
Truthful Tuesday, hosted by Thoughts and Theories, asks: