Scenes from Yesterday

I’ve been processing around fifteen photos or more that were taken yesterday whilst out and about. How are you today? It’s another sunny and beautiful day here with a temperature of around fifty-five degrees.

16 thoughts on “Scenes from Yesterday

  1. I am fascinated by the second photo on the top with many curvy lines. John, you did a great editing in every photo and a perspective you created is fabulous.

    • Thank you, Belinda. This is Durango Road southbound where it crosses over Summerlin Parkway. Two lanes are behind me, it splits into three lanes here. Charleston Boulevard is about one mile further south.

    • That’s a good question! This is a part of a golf course believe it or not. Golf courses are in my view, a terrible waste of water. Too much grass in spite of what little you see here, Maj. My grass is faux in the backyard. I’m a huge believer in Desert Scaping. Or Desertscaping. The spell check doesn’t like that word. Desert scaping saves so much water!

        • Your welcome. The Colorado River feeds water to California, Arizona and maybe New Mexico too. I’m not totally sure about that, but the river serves so many people yet we haven’t seen rain from the Monsoon season in two years as far I’m concerned. Not good. The Rockies feed the river too, apparently not enough as Lake Mead is so low.

            • I have to believe that it’s still a hot topic. Sometimes I feel as though I better move back home and drink that rusty well water in Michigan!

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