This is my busiest time of the year...I can not BELIEVE it is nearing the end of September...I have about a bazillion things to do prior to our Gala on Oct 12th (I'm flying on Oct 10th) and when I get back it'll be right into the hustle/bustle of the pre-Christmas season. Suffice to say, there are not many "quiet moments" in my life these days. Thanks, Sally, for "making me look" at at least one of them: Sally's prompt this week was: "A moment of calm, peacefulness, self-reflection...quiet little moments through the day where you pause, listen to your heart and breath. This week, capture a quiet moment!" Mine? That moment where you are between WAKING up...and GETTING up...and best of all, on a sunny day!
Hope you are having a sunny day, and enjoying your quiet moments!
No Inlinkz again this week....but you will find lots of other quiet moments HERE.
Where we continue once again with Sally's wonderful prompts for our camera work. This week it was: "Get moving and a-grooving this week! Stretch those creative muscles and capture things in motion!" Well, I don't know about stretching any creative muscles...but this little guy made me laugh!...that's supposed to be good exercise.
On Wednesday here, it was +44 (111 above, for you fahrenheit people)...today it is +13 (55 F). I think he's saying the same thing I was feeling....ACK!!! The water's too COLD!! Unfortunately, I did not see the Inlinkz code this week...do go to The Studio Sublime and see what the others have found moving!
This week, it's all about TWO...Sally's prompt for this week was: "There are pairs everywhere in our life! This week, let's focus on things in two's!" When I first saw the new prompt, my mind immediately went to the Canadian Geese which we now see every day. We are right on a flyway for the geese headed to lands south for the winter, and the pond and stand of trees in the lot behind us has been a popular watering hole/stopover for them. About a month or so ago, the city came and drained the pond, probably in preparation for the development which is starting to occur there. The geese are PEEVED. I tried and tried to get a picture of some of them overhead for this week (geese mate for life and are always in pairs) but just could not make it happen. So~this is second choice. This view of our diverse feet, in the mudroom, always makes me laugh and know I am home. With a little help from PicMonkey here are...pairs!