I guess I’ve been studying Syncopated Eyeball’s work for long enough now. I was walking the dog at sundown the other night and captured the three day old waxing crescent. While I was cropping it, I realized that I was tuned in to the textures and forms that I see in her photos and finding them in mine.
The clouds were pretty amazing that afternoon. A big thunderstorm was just over and the front was blowing through as the sun went down.
One of the things I dislike about my town is its insistence on above ground power poles. It makes it hard to get any “clean” shots of atmospheric phenomena.
In other news, we have the Iowa Niece living with us now. We are very much enjoying her presence in our home, she is a lot of help and a willing worker. Of course, we want her to eventually be able to get a job and pursue her education, but right now I am REALLY happy to have a minion to help me with the garden chores.
The dianthus are going nuts now.
Little robins not fledged yet.
The mother robin was on the nest when I went over there, and I was cussed up one side and down the other while I was getting that shot.
The bees have left the ajuga and have turned their attentions to the Ninebark.
And, I have done a few more journal pages. These are actually two separate pages, done two days apart. When I took the protective paper away from the left hand side I found that there were certain congruencies between the two that were interesting.
So, I’m off to the garden to do some pruning and weeding.