A New Year
the door will be opening on 2012. We shall see what the start of the
new year, (according to the Gregorian calendar), has to bring to all of
have decided that 2012 is the end of the Mayan long count calendar, and
we should be worried. I think we should be more worried about wasting
our time worrying.
The local forecast
calls for rain here in Redding. It certainly was dark today when I took
pictures of the flowers, but that sometimes brings out their color in
ways that the sun won’t.
This one rose
looked like it would taste like butterscotch it was so beautiful and
edible looking. I just had to get a real close-up shot so you can see
what I mean.
This sort of shows its tastiness, but I think I will put it through one of the enhancing programs and see what happens.
It’s kind of hard to decide, but I think I like it. I’ll keep both on here.
One of my favorite trees here, is one that I call the chocolate tree.
It turns from green to red to chocolate every year, and never ceases to fascinate me.
Today, it made an impressive sight against the gray sky.
Today’s Relatively Appropriate Song;
Time For A New Calendar