Weekly Photo Challenge: Names The ‘L’ or elevated train in Chicago: LaSalle and Van Buren stop next to the Chicago Board of Trade
Weekly Photo Challenge: Path Getting out into the woods is a more difficult task when you’re in the midst of an arctic weather pattern. A couple weeks before Christmas, we were in the single or negative digits. So, when the temperature finally broke out to a high of 17 degrees, it was time to get…… Continue reading Cathedral
Weekly Photo Challenge: Magic I snuck in one of my last Fall “Awe Walks” and found a little woodland magic. This 10-point buck jumped out into my path to remind me. We had a short conversation, and then he was gone…;) Welcome Winter!
Weekly Photo Challenge: Transmogrify We’ve had some lovely, sunny weekends in the 70s, which has brought out amazing Fall color and given us the opportunity to get out and enjoy the seasonal changes. Here’s what we captured with the macro lens through my little one’s viewfinder.
Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O Taken at sunset. The sky was gray that evening, but as the sun set it hit the trees. The effect was a shock of bright green along the lake’s edge. Even more awe-inspiring in person. Original photo, no manipulation or filters used.
Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge Teetering on the edge, but she doesn’t seem the least bit worried. Taken near Snake Island, Florida
Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Mirror Silhouette in the mirror.
Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Frame Two summers ago, we spent a month in Germany, with Berlin as our home base. We’d venture off to other cities on the weekend. During the latter part of our stay, we travelled westward toward Frankfurt. One planned trip for the kids was a drive along the Rhine to…… Continue reading Castle Peephole
The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Rare A rare sight on a weekend bike ride. Tucked in the woods at the side of the trail was a crumbling, low stone wall which ran for 10 meters or so. At the end, this doorway with “LPS 1921” carved on the lintel. I rode past, but felt the…… Continue reading LPS 1921