There it is in the distance- the Eighth Wonder of the World- The Chesapeake Bay Bridge. I took a lot of photos of the water on January 5, 2020. As I’ve mentioned before, the water was very choppy, and this created interesting effects. These are my humble submissions to Jez Breatihwaite’s Water Water Everywhere challenge.
As an aside – I put the wrong link for an attempted pingback with yesterday’s WWE. I’ve just corrected the error. This may make it look like I posted two WWE’s in one day. Banish the thought!
While Queen Pirouette was off opening parliament, King GarGar waited at home in bed, nursing a new and fairly drastic battle injury. It seems that after he captured the enemies banner, one of his foot soldiers swung the thing in GarGar’s direction, lobbing off his left ear in the process. The King, whose success as a monarch was due to his sparkling personality. Gregarious as the day is long, GarGar always seemed to have a spare moment to listen to the problems of even the lowliest of his subjects. When he looked into your eyes, he made you feel as thought you were the most important person in the land.
Shredded carrots (black and white) from the salad bar, January 4, 2020.
Asparagus (green) from the grocer’s produce section. White onion. Same day, same venue. I’m submitting these for Bren’s Mid-Week Monochrome (MWM) challenge. I’ve made sure to follow Brens and Ashley’s blog. They also host a weekly photo challenge. Do check them out!