While I know this photograph isn’t likely to win any prizes, I thought it was an interesting capture nonetheless. The blurriness seems to emphasize the boundless energy that squirrels possess. I’m dedicating this post to my friend, Jez Braithwaite who has made photographing squirrels a fine art. You know it’s art when you tell yourself either, “I don’t get it” or maybe “That looks easy. I bet I could do that with my eyes closed!” A real artist always makes it look easy. Kudos, Jez!
Detail of a stained glass window at Calvary Methodist Church, Annapolis, Maryland, December 11, 2019. Submitted to the Monday Window challenge on December 16, 2019. Here’s the entire window from the outside.
Jez Braithwaite’s Water Water Everywhere challenge. Weems Creek, December 14, 2019.
After five years of marriage and three consecutive pregnancies, it was a given that Her Majesty was exhausted. If one threw statecraft into the mix, that further exacerbated the crushing fatigue. As she gazed into her husband’s eyes across the table, the chattering of the courtiers to her left and right seemed to dissipate. Pirouette had grown to love GarGar. It had taken time, too much time in his opinion, for her to develop these feelings for her husband. As for King GarGar, he had been smitten by his bride from the moment he first lay eyes upon her. (Photographed on December 12. 2019.)
Photographed on September 1 of this year.
Cee’s Flower of the Day challenge.
Reflections can be mirrors, or they can distort.
Bare trees in the morning fog. December 14, 2019, Annapolis Maryland. This is my submission for Beca’s Sunday Morning trees challenge.