I've tried to photograph this colorful tree bark a few times in the past. It didn't work. I like the results from today.
I'm taking photographs nearer home lately. Sill dealing with COVID-19 after-effects. This one, fifteen steps from home.
A few days into my summer vacation, we set out for the Lonfit River Valley. It was a hot day and we never quite made it to the falls.
The kids have been playing with this snake-like puzzle toy from the "treasure box" at church. They are easily entertained.
The orange and pink sky above created a striking reflection on the water this evening. It was a great night for a swim.
My daughter's well-used and often-dropped water bottle was laying on the table in just this position tonight. Interesting view.
Anyone recognize these? They are required for school, often overused, and the source of an occasional argument.
I've had very little time to photograph recently. Tonight I looked for abstracts. This is the bookshelf in our living room.
There is a new mural underway at Harvest Christian Academy. I've seen the sketches. It's going to look great.
At the right angle and in the right light, these palm fronds make an interesting, abstract subject.
We bought a large container to hide away backpacks and shoes. The kids thought its basket pattern was worthy of a photo.