A Late Afternoon Sky

Here are some scenes from late today using the Nikon and the Sony RX100 Mark Seven. I don’t know for sure, but the peaks with a bit of snow must be around 3000 feet or more to keep the snow sticking up there. They are foothills in my opinion since there are two mountains far beyond that are just barely under 12,000 feet, Fletcher Peak and Mount Charleston. I will be happy to see this low-pressure system get the heck out of here. πŸ˜ŽπŸŽ‰

The Beauty Outside My Front Door

This fruit-bearing tree on the neighbor’s property has bloomed again, right on time. I stepped out the door for some fresh air this morning and noticed the flowers again and heard the entire tree abuzz with bees busily pollinating the flowers. Such a fun sound. I used the beautiful blue sky to accentuate the range of colors beyond the flowers I intended to photograph. This tree is so photogenic, it’s amazing!

More Lovely Colors

Well, old Johnny’s cupboards needed a restocking so of course, I grabbed a few flower photos at the grocery store again. This Kroger store has wonderful fruits and veggies, fresh bread made in-store, and much more. I feel so blessed to have access to so much good food! Let’s not forget how fortunate we are in America. πŸ™πŸ»

Food Shopping Flowers

Once again I snapped a few photos of the lovely flower arrangements at my local grocery store. And as usual, I gave a nice comment to the lady behind the counter who was putting the bundles of flowers together. Some of the bundles have a Happy Valentines Day attached to them which makes me think about the reasons I still live by myself, and still have no desire to date a woman again. It’s like starting all over again which doesn’t sound too appetising but life today is much better! πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘πŸ»