Fog descending off the Grand Teton mountains on the back side of the range in Targhee, Idaho. It enveloped the valley between where we took this and facing this mountainside. Photo of the Day is hosted by Maria at citysonnet. The rules to play…
Here is my entry for Granny Shot It’s Water Water Everywhere (WWE) challenge. Jim King Park and Boat Ramp at Sisters Creek. Video I shot during Hurricane Dorian. Me & hubby got bored at home. This was low tide. Imagine if it had been…
Hurricane in My WindowI look through my windowand what do I see?A major hurricaneComing for me.Her name is Dorianwhat shall I do?Prepare for her wrathAs panic ensues.Lines at the storeno water in sitebefore you know it, she’s hereYou will lose light.Winds up to 130surge…
She had heard stories from the old timers in the village that this place was haunted.
Flash Fiction, Poetry, and Short Stories
Photography, Artsy Things, and Life on the Farm
Thoughts, Dreams and Ramblings of a Woman over 50
I discover, motivate and rejuvenate here !!
little ideas big pictures
Do photos convey any philosophy?
Not just live and let live, but live and help live
Lets Go Nuts Together
Capturing the beauty of God's creation through the lens of a camera
poetry and short stories
Mary K. Eastman ~ Mary Kay Diffin
joy, happiness, travel, adventure, gratitude
My Own Paradise: Life on Seven and a Half Acres
A somewhat healthy obsession with photography
Non Desistas. Non Exieris.
photography and life
where all emotions are cared for!
Refugees welcome - Flüchtlinge willkommen I am teaching German to refugees. Ich unterrichte geflüchtete Menschen in der deutschen Sprache. I am writing this blog in English and German because my friends speak English and German. Ich schreibe auf Deutsch und Englisch, weil meine Freunde Deutsch und Englisch sprechen.
Life with my camera
age is just a (biggish) number
Looking ahead, without looking back (too often)
Curiosity run amok . . .
Smile;) Its daisy
The camera gave me an incredible freedom. It gave me the ability to parade through the world and look at people and things very, very closely. Carrie Mae Weems