Life Begins Anew
I do enjoy the slideshow feature from Flickr. I hope you did too.
above, is located at the corner of Cypress and Pine Streets. It’s
always a pleasure to see it from whatever angle I may be looking from
when I’m there at the stoplight.
in Dorothy’s garden have reached the stage where every day they keep
changing and developing new colors and shapes and forms and even new
flowers almost before my very eyes.
sometimes go out and take a bunch of pictures, load them on the
computer, and by the time I step outside they all look new and different
than what I just took pictures of.
the light changed dramatically three different times with the angle of
the sun and the spacing between clouds. I took three different sets of
photographs to obtain the few that I used for tonight’s blog post.
I managed to put together a nice collection here, including a video
that I assembled this evening. I’m glad because I have three more videos
that are waiting to be completed.
of the things that I see every day, put themselves in a form that I had
never noticed before. Like this next picture of Shasta Bally,
sandwiched between two broadcasting towers that are on Lake Boulevard. I
call the picture Tower Envy, because of the other set of towers way up
on top of the mountain.
I had been
at ShopKo getting some Burt’s bees toothpaste, and when I stepped
outside to the parking lot, I looked up and I saw this shot. I had never
seen this arrangement before. What fun.
So I think
I got the first in a series of three videos taken with the iPod Touch,
showing my progress in learning how to get the most out of that
marvelous little gadget.
I give you a little trip to Caldwell Park.
Today’s Relative Video;