Can you see me in the eye?
This afternoon I drove through a local park and noticed two horse trailers so I parked and walked over to them. I asked permission to photograph the horses of course. I took about fifteen photos so here is a couple of them. They are big, powerful beasts that I appreciate for their strength, gracefulness, and beauty but don’t ask me to ride one!
I remember the sixties regardless of being very young. The clothes and the neighborhood parties and more. And unfortunately, the 68′ riots in Detroit that are about 70 miles south of where we lived. Good times and bad times, the sixties was an amazing decade. And then came the 70s and 80s!! Oh yeah! The image is not mine for legal disclosure.
Heavy Blue? I am talking about the photo at Tivoli Village with palm trees, lamps, and a blue sky that is way too blue. The iPhone captured the image that way but I think it’s because the sun is almost directly in the frame. How is your Hump Day going? My big couch is feeling mighty fine today here.
Just a little fun with our wonderful English language. Where I come from back in Michigan, we grew up using the word Cripes which is an actual word. My mother used it frequently as did my grandparents. Occasionally, I will let slip this word in Vegas which can earn me a funny look from someone. I get a laugh from this! What? Do you know what a Party Store is? They don’t seem to call a 7-Eleven or similar a party store either. I love my native language! Do you play with your words too? Well cripe, why not?
So, are you tired of Tivoli Village yet? I apologise if you are. Aren’t these iPhone photos super crispy? The iPhone can rival my Nikon in very bright lighting conditions like this which is great. Sunny and just 49 degrees for today, this is ridiculous! Have you noticed the new site logo? Simple and clean against white.