These are the spectaculars! Whether it is in nature, ingenious ideas, or colors or shapes. Took me a while choosing “Spectacle” because of the multitude of stunning views in Yosemite Nat. Park. The powerful crash of the sound of water, combined with the stunning rush, foam and the mist the water that Bridal … Continue reading SPECTACULAR
Hello Blog Friends, May 14 Your posts are amazing! Love that there is such a large variety in subjects each week! That is why I have waited a while to have a challenge that could be taken in any color, any individual, group or society slant, or on a physical, emotional or … Continue reading ALL SEASONS – MAY DAZZLES
May 12 Weekend Green is the Overpass Bridge to Auburn, CA I will see it on Tuesday on our way to my Grand Boo who becomes 10 year old. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bridge to the castle of Wijk by Duurstede, which I will tell you more of in the next All Seasons, Jubilant May. … Continue reading FRIDAY’S COLOR OF HOPE
Here, am pretending to be one of the bloggers who find all kinds of hieroglyphics on rocks in the desert – I wish! But I did want a different kind of post, that has the flavor of exploring Shells, rocks, and beads in a mosaic. Painting is kind of “heady, ” but I … Continue reading EXPLORING … ANYTHING!
Success often actually is reaching mile stones, instead of the pinnacle of the mountain. Brugmansia – beautiful elongated trumpet flower announcing “success.” This word can mean so many things, but knowing the harrowing story of the groom, being abandoned by his love and waiting about twenty years for this sudden happiness, was on all … Continue reading SUCCESS AFTER ALL
Not all things of the past were good or grand. Some of them were, and worthy to remember. Grandeur and history along the Amsterdam canals (One Word Sunday, Tue Treasure Travel Tue, Travel Photo, Thurs, Fences) Three Doors for Thurs. Doors (R -the Good) Fri Hunt: Begin with M: Marbled looking … Continue reading GRANDEUR of the PAST
SPRINGY One Mothers Day my son suggested we go to the Huntington Library and gardens in Pasadena, CA. After that we have kept coming back at least a few times a year. If there’s a lot to see I don’t mind walking:) Established by Henri Huntington (1850 – 1927) as an educational and research institution. … Continue reading SPRINGY STEP