Manicured “everything” in the city: the buildings, the roads, the shops. Novelty, exotic foods, high fashions, it’s all there in Roseville, CA!
After our gelato trip of her older sister’s birthday, Macenzie saw me taking shots while exploring and doing the touristy thing. She grabbed me by the arm, indicating she wanted me to photograph her. I chose this background for a possible header in the future.
(Randomosity: the Fun, Travel Tue, Weekend Reflection, Pink Saturday)
In the city, we plan in orderly steps, and are focused to DO. It often does not work that way on the country side. Much more inventiveness is needed to meet unexpected challenges.
On the country side, people are groomed to be patient. Something wrong with our direct TV? It takes them 2 weeks to get out here. In the city they would have been out to our house in a few days – grr.
The QUESTION is how to take funny – as in hilarious? Or as in strange, or ill-fitting? Where do you expect a deer or moose to be? Chose the last. (Fri Hunt)
Not at a shopping center! I thought it was funny!
Lo and behold, Norm, there’s at least half a door visible on the left of the big trunk! But there’s another (barn) door if scrolling down:)
(Sunday Trees, Randomosity: the Good, Our World, Makro-Tex – funny, Thurs. Doors)
Close up from a flowering tree . In the city they do try to make it more livable by landscaping.
Many make a living with that job.
Pretty blooms in down town Los Angeles.
Tue Travel, Floral Bliss, ABC Wed -Pretty, Floral Fri Foto, Fri Hunt)
Begin with: Q: Question – what does funny mean (image of the deer/mouse)?
Animal: the statue of a deer/moose
The left is an actual door. The right one is a “blind” door (transliteration from Dutch) -meaning only paint.
Am not a middle of the road person. Since I can’t afford a castle or a cathedral, I would choose a barn door if living in the rural area.
There are definitely large estates on the country side, but unless one has some burglar skills, one can not see the house from the road, or get inside the gate without their permission.
(One word Sunday: Shadow (side), Random.: the Rand, Thurs. Door)
Rather have this than the wind storm we had on Sunday two weeks ago. Don’t like my shoulder length hair to stand up straight when I step outside. Or, to see the horizon like we live in a highly polluted area (the wind had kicked up the dust, since we had only sprinkles two times since spring!
A storm in the forest is very noisy, when hearing the rustling of leaves and even scarier to see 60 foot pines waving like the queen. Next day our neighbor couldn’t get out because a tree trunk had fallen on the road and everywhere else were green pine needles strewn on the ground, deck, and cars!
Good bye, am gonna rake now, because there’s a fire burning in the next town (by now, contained!).
(Sky Watch, Weekend Green)
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