The photo challenge this week is Transitions. These are more photos from the same place near the Laura Plantation in Louisiana where I took last week’s photo. I love how nature is taking over this car.
From high on the wires
A cool rain shower of sound
sizzles on tarmac
I consider myself to be a relatively tolerant, open-minded person. A pacifist, even. Not always in thought, but definitely in actions. I don’t hate much. It’s a toxic attitude to have. Live and let live, I usually say. But nobody’s perfect, not even yours truly. Continue reading
Posted in Nature
Tagged angst voor spinnen, arachnaphobia, huisdieren, humor, nature, Opinion, pets, spiders, spinnen, tarantulas, vogelspinnen
Do you get drunk on green in the spring? I know I do. As a teenager, commuting to school by train, I would lean my face against the window and just drink in as much as I could of the deep May-green pastures rolling by.
Posted in Austin photos
Tagged Austin, emigration, fotografie, green, groen, immigration, nature, natuur, photography, spring, Town Lake, voorjaar
Austin has had a severe drought for several years. So when it rains, we’re all elated. The creek behind our house is spring-fed and there’s always at least a trickle, but the past couple of years it’s usually not more than that. Continue reading
After Yellowstone we took a day and a half to drive around Montana and Idaho a bit more. On the way back to Salt Lake City, we stopped at the Craters of the Moon National Monument. It’s a humongous lava flow area. I’ve posted about the lava flow in Valley of Fires in New Mexico, but this is much more spectacular.
See for yourself.
Posted in Nature, Photography, Travel, Vacations
Tagged Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho, lava flows, lava tubes, nature, photography, travel, vacation, volcanic rock, volcanoes