This weeks WordPress Photo Challenge theme is reflections. This is from the bay side section of my town the day after Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast. I think we will always be reflecting on this event… I am loving the canoes in the driveway. Thanks for stopping by!
We have approached that time of year in which the majority recognize and celebrate the birth of a child. Let me say that again, recognize and celebrate the birth of a child. I often wonder whether this is truly understood, as its commercialism has dwarfed this holiday seasons true purpose and meaning. Whatever cynicism aboundsContinue reading “A Time for Children”
So what does one do without power for 11 days? The first couple of days you are walking around the house, entering rooms and turning on the light switch. Naturally since it does not work you utter self depreciating words, shake your head and laugh at yourself. A simple everyday habit that is so ingrained in your consciousness thatContinue reading “Power loss? Make Pictures!”
Mother Nature produces many offspring each year. Her latest incarnation was a daughter named Sandy. Sandy was a very aggressive and agitated child that was born in the Caribbean, grew up in and around the Dominican Republic, Cuba and the Bahamas then made a bee line straight for the north eastern seaboard where she literally destroyed coastal towns on the NewContinue reading “Sandy and Mother Nature”