We found this old iron bed on the side of the road and asked the owners if it was for sale. They were putting it out for garbage so we asked if we could have it. We painted it white because it was originally black. You can see it needs to be repainted but I… Read More Camera Lucida-Garden Treasure
I’m entering the Camera Lucida photo challenge. This week’s topic is reflections. You can enter or see other entries here.
This metal sculpture decorates my front porch. I bought it on the way to the cottage one summer at a quaint restaurant/gift shop called the “Lovesick Cafe”. I’m lovesick over this piece of art. You can see more or enter this challenge here.
Now that Autumn is nearing, I’m already longing for summer. I come alive in the summer. My garden is blooming and so am I. This is my entry for this week’s photo challenge. You can enter Camera Lucida Photo Challenge here.
When I saw this week’s inspiration for Camera Lucida photo challenge I started looking for a sign. I went out into a little garden that I had revamped last summer as a memorial garden for my daughter, Justine, who was killed in a car accident last year. The sun was streaming right into it so I… Read More The Sign-Camera Lucida
The definition of divergent is things that move in different directions or that are far apart from each other. Opposites, dissimilar, different, contradictory, reverse. I’m entering this Photo Challenge. This week’s theme is Divergent. I didn’t take this photo. It was taken at Sears Photo, Kingston, Ontario. The smug looking cool dude is my grandson, Oliver. … Read More Divergent-Camera Lucita
There are so many wonderful things that challenge me in this world of blogging. I’m so happy I decided to branch out and try something new this summer. When I saw a photo oportunity called “Black and Green” I thought that it was an unusual combination. I wondered if I could find something around my… Read More Camera Lucida Black and Green