“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Dark for Morning Chores, Dark for Evening Chores

This morning I heard that it not only reached 78 yesterday, it reached 80.
Quite a change when I went out to the barn today.

 Ha Ha Ha!  Will we really have a chance for some snow flurries on Saturday?

 Chorus this morning.  We got through a lot of material.
 Before we started to sing, I took a short video of the line dancers at "The Center."  They are there every Wednesday when we come in for chorus.
I think we are going to make a calendar for a fund raiser and show off some of these seniors.

 I actually took a real nap this afternoon, under a blanket and cozy.
Gary had an extra long duty with the boys, so I drove down to Bergen...
 to get them a pizza at Ralph and Rosie's.
 Even picked up a few cookies at Greg'rys.

 By the time I tucked the girls in tonight, it was dark again.  Pretty soon it will be pitch black by 5.  Always a hard adjustment.


 I know...these two shots are fuzzy, but I like the movement of the windmill.
Night all.


  1. I hate the shorter days!
    The windmill shots are perfect for Halloween.

  2. Awww, naked horses - that's nice to see! It was the same here yesterday, but snow forecast for Friday!

  3. And here we are, the sun is shining earlier, and as we say " the days are drawing out" daylight a lot longer each afternoon into the evening. Happy Halloween. Jean.


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