I can’t believe that I purposely teased my hair to such great heights, but I sure don’t see any signs of a gusty wind.
This is the view I see above my head when I sit at my computer. It’s always good to have some bird magic close by.
H and his brother D are major train enthusiasts. When D was in town a few weeks ago, we visited a model train exhibit at the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History. While they enjoyed the trains, I was drawn to an exhibit on how scale model trees are made. I loved this behind-the-scene insight on how the magic happens.
Time to put down the camera!
It may sound silly, but I couldn’t keep my eyes off this cloud. Hovering behind the trees with the glow of the late afternoon light, it gave me the impression of a hovering spaceship. I think I’ve been watching too many sci-fi movies.
Each January I watch the buds on the camellia trees just outside our kitchen window swell to the point of bursting, until one February day they do. Yesterday I found the first flower of the season. What a beauty!
Some days are just better than others.