I really like this photo — the look of innocence on the young girl’s face, hands folded neatly in her lap, ankles crossed, knees together; the look of slight impatience on the young man’s face with his slicked-back hair and big ears. Were they boyfriend and girlfriend? Or, brother and sister? Who took the picture? …
I have a collection of vintage photos and post cards, and for a while I was posting them on another blog called “Daily Vintage Square.” It all got to be a bit too much keeping track of two blogs, then another third photography blog, and then another personal journal. Yikes! Talk about overextending to the …
I love this photo. It is from back when Cosmo was just a puppy. It always makes me laugh. Its like Clover is saying, “Hey Cosmo, check this out. Do you see any squirrels? Who’s out there? Let me show you what to bark at, ok?”
This is a photo of Casey. She grew up to be a lovely Golden Retriever. She loved everyone, and especially anyone with a treat! She is long gone now, but she holds a spot in the Our Family’s Pet Hall of Fame.
I took this photo almost 20 years ago when I first lived in Dublin, Ireland. There are a still a couple of flower vendors on Grafton Street where you can pick up a bouquet of beautiful flowers. Around the holidays, the displays are even better! Today’s Flowers
This is an old newspaper rendition of a rose that I found in a large envelope last year at the county recycle center. The envelope was marked “Evelyn” and had many cut out roses from newspapers and magazines from the 1940’s. I think this is one of my favorites.
The neighbor’s forsythia has not been pruned in years. I think its gorgeous just as it is. And, if he pruned it, I wouldn’t get a chance to enjoy it.
I took this photo ages ago, and in keeping with the upcoming celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, I thought I would share. I took this from the roof of a car park behind Grafton Street in Dublin, and the shot is looking North. Can you spot my shadow?