I've been having a few health problems, and a standing desk is one of the things I'm trying to beat them. [4 pictures]
Last night it dropped to 3°F (-16°C) and we had a light dusting of snow. Needless to say, I had no inclination to go out taking pictures this morning. This afternoon, once the temperature had crept up above 10°, I... Continue Reading →
With single digit temps outside Tubby is quite content to snooze away the afternoon in the warm.
A close crop showing the play of light on a window blind in Ginger’s office. And why not?
Sweet dreams Getzger. Goodbye Mr. Cat.
Mr. Cat has been giving a very good impression of settling onto the ‘final glide-path’ this past couple of days. It was good to see him show an interest in joining me for a shower. This is part of our... Continue Reading →
I must have had these ceramic fish for 12-15 years, they were a gift from my sister. I take a picture of them every now and then. They followed me across the Atlantic. A tiny bit of the UK seaside... Continue Reading →
Black and White picture, with some of the leafy clutter removed. The roots of our two backyard trees occasionally break the surface. When they grow too high the mower trims off the top, producing these interesting patterns as they try... Continue Reading →
The roots of our two backyard trees occasionally break the surface. When they grow too high the mower trims off the top, producing these interesting patterns as they try to heal.
Which is a nuisance, as it is pointless raking up the leaves in the yard until all the trees are done shedding. Of course the longer the leaves from the other three trees are on the ground, the nastier and... Continue Reading →
Sprinky sleeping on the arm of the sofa in Ginger’s office.
No remote shutter release this year, which meant I had to do the 10-second timer dash and hope the picture was okay. I’ve since bought a wireless shutter release which is much better than the infrared one I used with... Continue Reading →
Ginger asked me to take a picture of her and the kids, so here’s my wonderful wife with Alek, Katie, and Lanie.
Matt raked up the leaves and the kids decided to make a leaf fort from the pile.
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