A non-edited photo challenge quickie in between introspective immigration posts: New York City, summer 2014.
Photo challenge: Cherry on Top:
In 2013 we went on a family trip to the Rockies. My daughter took her stuffed unicorn along, and it shows up in several pictures. I like the effect.
Photo challenge: Look up:
Photo challenge: curve.
This week’s photo challenge: Harmony.
Last summer we stayed a week in upstate New York with my wonderful brother and sister in law. They took us to visit their friends’ small farm. About thirty acres, if I remember correctly. A stream, a pond, wooded area, swamp, meadows. An open barn where the animals can come and go as they please. Continue reading
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Tagged farming, food, harmony, mixed farming, natural farming, New York State, Opinion, photo challenge, photography
The week’s photo challenge is Seasons.
I took this road trip photo last May in Wyoming, but it sure looks like winter to me.
The photo challenge this week is weight(less). Here’s mine, taken at the Austin Zoo a few years ago.
Yep, I have porn on my computer.
And I took these pictures myself. Continue reading
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.
The photo challenge of the week is Trios.
Somewhere near Laura Plantation outside New Orleans.
This week’s photo challenge is (Extra)Ordinary. So it’s the perfect moment for a reposting of some pictures of the bottom of the Mopac Bridge in Austin, Texas, USA.
I have a thing for the bottoms of bridges, and the Mopac Bridge is one of my favorites. Mopac is actually Highway 1, but in Austin we call it Mopac after the Missouri-Pacific Railroad that runs parallel to it for a while. Continue reading
This week’s photo challenge is Boundaries. Here’s mine. Somewhere in the Smoky Mountains (last spring).
I’ve been watching Sons of Anarchy on Netflix. I’m approaching the end of Season 2, and I’m still not sure what to think of it. Is it an ultra-hardcore version of The Dukes of Hazard or is there more to it? So far I’m still going back and forth on that one about ten times per episode but the characters are definitely growing on me. Continue reading
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