This morning I went to visit an old stomping ground from last summer. In the past it had been a great location for photographing butterflies. In that respect, I was not surprised to be disappointed. On the other hand, a friendly dragonfly, as has been so often the case this summer, agreed to pose for a couple dozen exposures. He was so well camouflaged that even though the shots are clear and crisp, one is still obliged to squint in order to get a good look at my anisopteran friends.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge (CFFC) All About Buildings: Old Buildings, Barns, Sheds, Houses
The house I live in is almost one hundred years old, so I think it qualifies for inclusion in this challenge.
Alive and Trekking’s Which Way Photo Challenge
King GarGar and Queen Pirouette each rode a white charger at the head of the column that wound its way through the streets of Catapolis. After hearing mass at the Great Cathedral, the assembly of newly elected Commons followed their sovereigns on foot to the Parliament House. There they would begin debates on everything from taxes to treaties. This election cycle had been a particularly nasty one with the Tories accusing the Whigs of high crimes and misdemeanors, including everything from accepting bribes to selling secrets to the enemy.