I know, it’s a shock, completely unexpected. But a change needed almost inevitable it’s now on my photography page. That way I can go back to being wordy on here! 🙂
You may have not noticed but I’ve been adding a lot of photographs recently. It started out as fun for WordPress challenges but it also struck a chord inside me that I had gotten used to the idea of wanting one but never actually going out and acquiring one. A camera that is, when I was young (really young around 12 or 13) I wanted a Pentax Asahia K1000, I was really into photography in those days and had read a lot about the cameras of the day and most 35mm were ridiculously expensive. The Pentax though was fairly reasonable in price and highly regarded as a student’s camera for those just beginning in photography.
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Tagged Art, arts, Canon Powershot A1400, computers, creativity, Desks, Happy Birthday Dad!, living, monitors, objects, pens, photography, Shelves, soda, transportation, water, wordless wednesday, wordpress photo challenge
My friend Angie at “Moments of Your Life” Posted a very cool picture under this Photo a Day Challenge, so I though I’d try the same mine isn’t nearly as cool as hers, but is one direction with a different view… 😉
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Tagged Frank, Frank Lloyd Wright, gloomy, historical sites, Home and studio, Landmarks, Lloyd, Oak Park, rain, wordless wednesday, Wright
I originally posted this as a response to a blog post on another site. I thought I’d share it here to see what others thought…
Posted in General Thoughts, Political Stuff
Tagged Castle doctrine, current-events, Florida, George, involuntary manslaughter, Latino, Law, Manslaughter, manslaughter convictions, Martin, murder 2, Politics, society, Stand Your Ground, Stand-your-ground law, Trayvon, White people, Zimmerman
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Tagged arts, cars, church, country, factory, farms, photography, sunny days, sunset, transportation, wordless wednesday
The Tuesday morning call from the vet was even better. The chicken and rice had been mixed with her hospital food and she was eating her Albumin levels were close to normal but still low, one last night would be advised the vet said and I agreed so I got ready to go in to see her. When I got there she must have heard me coming because she was already standing at the gate when I got there.
By Tuesday she was already a dog with an agenda. She was hoping I brought her a dog biscuit with a file in it!