That moment when …

you regret not taking notice of the message from Photoshop asking if you really want to close the window without saving …

My job for the weekend is to convert this lot into a new front deck. 4 pictures

Ginger recently undertook a project to make a vessel a day for 100 days. Most days a new vessel of some sort would appear on my desk. The vases came with flowers, and the pots came with small plants. One-minute read, 2 pictures

Stamen – Hibiscus plant in the back yard. I was chatting with Ginger when I noticed the contrast between the light on the stamen of this flower and the darkness of the greenery behind it.

End of Trip Selfie – Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Three.

Stock pond and pines. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Three.

Backpacking Selfie.

Hiking out – Bushwhacking my way out wasn’t easy. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Three. One-minute read, 8 pictures

Breaking Camp – Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Three. Slideshow: 9 pictures

Morning Swim. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Three. Slideshow: 4 pictures

My current backpacking cooking kit. 2 pictures

Preparing Breakfast – Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Three. Slideshow: 8 pictures

Day Three morning tea.

Morning mist on Table Rock Lake – I wasn’t totally surprised to find mist drifting down from Piney Creek when I woke up. I ‘d seen the same thing happen in much colder conditions in January. I checked the water temperature and it was still warm(-ish) so I had a swim. Who could tun down such an opportunity? Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Three. 2 pictures

Campfire. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 3 pictures

Buck Hollow in the evening light. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two.

Sunset at Piney Creek Wilderness. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 2 pictures

Evening light on Buck Hollow – Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two.

Preparing dinner – Chicken curry for dinner, the wood stove’s up and running, and if you look closely you’ll see that the campfire’s all ready for lighting once dinner is over. 4 pictures

Afternoon swim – Two or three steps back from where I am standing in this picture and it’s six to eight feet deep. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 5 picture slideshow

Camp life (cont.) – Heating some water on my Fancee Feest cat-can alcohol stove. I was being lazy, and couldn’t be bothered to light the woodstove just to heat up some hot dogs and boil water for a cup of tea. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 2 pictures

Camp life – Relaxing in Piney Creek Wilderness – I put my wet shirt and a pair of shorts on for this picture. They came off as soon as I’d taken it. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 5 pictures

Mossy – Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two.

Morning Tea – Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two.

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