Christmas is so close. You can feel the excitement in the air as the days are ticked off the calendar. Everything looks that much prettier after a coating of Christmas.
Macro is the One Word Photo Challenge from Tourmaline this week.
This is Herbert. I’d popped into the grocery store last month to simply pick up some milk and came away with Herbert. Herbert being the name the woman behind me in line named him. It stuck. He looks like a Herbert.
Herbert really is rockin’ the rustic vibe with all those pine-cones, twigs and burlap. His facial expression though for me is priceless. He really does appear to be quite shocked at being called a Llama.
Llama is the One Word Photo Challenge from Tourmaline this week.
It’s that time of year again… time to dust off and drag down all the boxes of Christmas decorations that have been safely tucked away in the attic for the year.
It’s time for a little Christmas color, time for a little Christmas clutter, time to light up Christmas. Let the Christmas Countdown begin… woot, woot!
One of the most exciting things to discover on moving to Canada was the tiny, wee Hummingbird. The first time I saw one I thought it was an over-sized moth hyped up on sugar-filled sports drink!
Hummingbird is the One Word Photo Challenge from Jennifer Nichole Wells this week.
This gorgeous big brut was hanging out at Disney World’s Animal World. Seeing them in the wild was definitely on “my list“. Sadly however just as I planning my trip through Africa last century, traveling to see them had been stopped. Dang it!
Animals in captivity is something that can upset me but I have to admit, Disney World seemed to be doing it well and I don’t believe I’m just saying that as it was so thrilling to see them so close…
Gorilla is this week’s One Word Photo Challenge from Jennifer Nichole Wells.
It had been such a long time since I’d done any mixed media work when creating the mother’s day gift for my mother, that I had to completely relearn what glue held which texture the best.
Needless to say it was an extremely steep learning curve with just one or three challenges, lol. Glue is this week’s One Word Photo Challenge Word from Jennifer Nichole Wells.
There’s no denying traveling with young children changes the way you travel. Moments like this where my two little cuties were dancing together at the Colosseum in Rome will stay with me forever.
Stepping out of the bus at Cape Merry Battery outside of Churchill it was cold, but the wind whipping at our faces was even colder. My gosh it was cold, even the memory of it makes me shiver!
The cold however was temporarily forgotten when looking through the gaps framing the Churchill River. These gaps were where the canons once stood proudly on guard ready to protect against possible enemy occupation many, many years ago.