I think the neighbors have always thought I’m a little “different.” I’m sure my behavior out on the back patio just now has confirmed their suspicions.
This is my submission for Jithin’s Mundane Monday Challenge. It definitely is starting off to be a mundane day–laundry needing to be sorted and dust bunnies needing to be rounded up and exterminated. It was fun to take a break in the chores and lay in the snow for a minute!
Find a moment to wonder at something simple today, and then snap a snap and join us in this challenge!
small and still, my prison
there is purpose to this place
i’m protected but hindered
silenced so as to listen
The Daily Post theme this week is “transition.”
Life and death of a Rudbeckia flower:
The autumn to winter transition:
for which to be thankful.
Not being able to be with family on Thanksgiving was a little bit of a bummer. But, since we were home, I got to get out and photograph the ice in our neighborhood. These shots are turning out to be some of my favorites.
It’s iPhriday, people! Get out your phones and snap some snaps. If you link to my blog, I will feature your links next Friday. And then, hop on over to my favorite frequently flying scientist’s and Deb’s blog and check out their iPhriday posts! Happy snapping, blogodarlings!
There is much to be thankful for today. These two hanyacks and their dad are at the top of my list.
We’re iced in, so Thanksgiving got extended to tomorrow. I’m thankful I really like my family, because we’re stuck in the house together!
And, I’m thankful we get an extra day to eat turkey.
I shot these this morning as the rain was turning to sleet. I’m looking forward to getting out tomorrow and shooting some ice shots.
Canon 5DMarkIII; EF 24-105 f4L@24mm; iso 100; 1/8; f/11; 1EV