waiting patiently with so much pride and loveSerendipitously capturing the “quiet, still moment before” in Aix en Provence a few years ago.
Flying into Vancouver on the weekend the shadows cast from the different architectural structures of bridges, freeways and buildings in the setting sun had a beauty all of their own and made for a wonderful welcome home.
For this week’s Photo Challenge from The Daily Post one of my happiest corners this past week was the corner of my work table in the studio where the real artist in the family, in less than an hour, gave me a lesson in impressionism, abstract expressionism and action painting.
Oh, what joy!
With thanks to my daughter for the photo of my beautiful granddaughter and me.
Diversions, distractions, and delightful detours.
For this week’s Photo Challenge from The Daily Post we are asked where do we find our “Ooh, Shiny” moments. If you follow The Changing Palette you will know one of my favourite walks is in Vancouver’s Pacific Spirit Regional Park, and when the sun is out it’s all about those Ooh, Shiny moments, whether it be the height of the summer, as it was just a week or two ago…
…or in the cool, clear, colorful days of Fall, as I posted in October 2015
I hope you’re exclaiming “Ooh, Shiny!” with me 🙂
“Share a photo of something that brings you satisfaction,” invites Jen this week.
Picking and eating our cherry tomatoes growing in abundance on our little kitchen deck is as satisfying as it gets at the moment, with many more to come as you can see.
Collage of today’s pruned camellia branches together with past watercolor studies.
Waste not want not
New York, New York
This collage of an imagined Manhattan skyline was created from a Playbill from the Shubert Theatre for the show Crazy for You, which we saw on a visit to New York in 1993. I originally posted it in January 2015 just before our last New York visit and early in my 365 day blogging challenge that year. You can see the full image here on Day 26.