A short post from Thursday through Sunday,  Short matters, since I decided to go back to post from Monday – Saturday, now I have gotten used to organizing the challenge of ALL SEASONS (bottom of post)
















Most of the fences in my neighborhood are not much to speak about. It doesn’t mean people do not care where their property begins or ends. We have seen land surveyors at work on a regular basis. Crazy that some roads run on  private property!
Good Fences, Fri Greens





The doors in the suburbs of Sacramento are actually more defined than most in the capital themselves. This one is one of an Auburn shop.
Thurs. Doors





Hub’s Hobby (Our Beautiful World)

Friday Hunt
Begins with T:  Hubs camera is a Treasure-  Rebel T4i
Week’s Favorite: Flowers
Rule of Thirds: only hold to this rule, when I think about it. I measured and the flowers and the coffee shop (more accidentally than anything else, lol)





One of hubby’s images – does it look like a Camellia?






Just hanging out at Peets with coffee till dark. Even short times matters:)
Weekend Reflections, Sat. Silhouette




Birds in the parking lot at sunset. We like the sunset too!
Sat. Critters





Sunset Clouds near home
(Sky Watch, Pink Saturday, Tue Texture)



People share the beautiful, the unusual, the heart wrenching at
ALL SEASONS from Sunday through Wednesday


and so much fun to read their experience!



Thanks to All the Hosts
Our Beautiful World * Good Fences  * Thurs. Door  * Floral Friday Foto  *Sky Watch  *
Weekend Reflect * Todays Flowers  * Fri Photo Journal  * Pierced Wonderings* Fri Hunt  *
Sat. Silhouette  * Pink Saturday  * Maleviks Rosen  * Saturday Critters *
Our beautiful World *


23 thoughts on “SHORT MATTERS

    • Thank you, Jane! It’s a great alternative to Starbucks:) By the way you mentioned one time you were off to the worship team (or something relating to that matter). In one of the coming weeks I’ll post something about that, because I have been painting in the past with music bands or worship teams in churches.


  1. What a beautiful sky. I love the arbour outside the coffee shop – of course, if it was here, the leaves would be gone. I do love grape arbours and if I keep up with my gardening tasks, I just might have one someday.


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