Saturday Challenge: Hats

For this Weekly Prompts challenge, I have two presentations. One is of me and my youngster cat, Pirouette and two, a snapshot of a portion of my hat collection. I am particularly fond of the classic fedora. With daily practice, little Miss Pirouette has mastered the art of jumping onto my shoulder. She can accomplishContinue reading “Saturday Challenge: Hats”

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Which Way Photo Challenge: February 28, 2020

Here I submit some serious signage for the Which Way Photo Challenge. I thought that this wrought iron arch looked groovy in the early morning light. There’s a hint of road in the lower righthand corner. Note the red Mustang that belongs to my beloved Dana. I’m one of the only people allowed to drive theContinue reading “Which Way Photo Challenge: February 28, 2020”

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Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: All Sorts of Signs

These photos are my entry for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: All Sorts of Signs.  There was nothing haphazard about my choice of photographs.  These three appear in a specific order.  So you see elements of a story?

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Which Way Photo Challenge: January 3, 2020

Naval Academy Bridge, Annapolis, Maryland. A foggy morning on December 30, 2019. Which Way Photo Challenge. BUT WAIT! THERE’S MORE… For more information about MD Route 435, click here. (Wikipedia)

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Which Way Photo Challenge: December 27, 2019

This is my first entry for the Which Way photo challenge. I know the first photo of the sign isn’t actually directional, but I thought it was interesting, and worth sharing. The second photograph fits in the bottom of a bridge, and there is a lovely waterway, called Weems Creek, near my house, that I’veContinue reading “Which Way Photo Challenge: December 27, 2019”

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Merry Christmas!

Stay turned to this blog for more posts about the Nativity Pageant at Heritage Baptist Church on Forest Drive in Annapolis, Maryland. What a warm and welcoming group of people did I meet tonight! The animals in the petting zoo were cute. The children who participated as everything from shepherds to angels were adorable. EverybodyContinue reading “Merry Christmas!”

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