In a great big valley, this is my little space, my little oasis in the desert. An oasis in troubled times… But these troubled days will pass.
Stop and listen to the water and the wind in the trees. A Michigan summer. 🥰
The desert has some nice curves too. 😬🌵
“In the desert you can remember your name ’cause there ain’t no one for to give you no pain”
I love this old song by America, good memories – good years. This set of photos are all rather old and taken both around the city and also in the Valley of Fire State Park as well as the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. I am digging very deep into my archives to pull out photos like this! I can see the difference between the Nikon D3300 and the Nikon Z6 bodies, the image clarity is very much cleaner, sharper these days. I hope you are well and safe!
From my archives, these photos are three years old or there about. I’ve tried to clean them up as best I could, too bad I didn’t have the Nikon Z6 back then and it’s mirrorless clarity.
Good very blue morning from my home. Wishing each of you a blessed day my friends!
I am fully aware how redundant my backyard photos are but honestly, it’s a nice bright spot in my days. I scuffle-hoe those pesky weeds that go POP! overnight seemingly by magic right out of the ground, root and all. Weeds suck. I keep that wonderfully green faux grass blown and picked clean daily as well. A few minutes ago I found some nasties out front, two more kills for the old hoe. I have another set of these taken today for later. Pardon my redundancy!
I’m so bored that I’ve downloaded a trial version of some photo software! Not tried it with a color image yet. This sign is located in Downtown Summerlin and is an older photo.
I took a quick ride to the beer store this morning, it’s so odd and a bit creepy to see these streets like this that are usually bustling with Las Vegas Locals like myself. I slathered up with hand sanitiser before going into the store, and before getting back into my truck and touching anything inside. These are scary times, my friends. Stay safe, stay home if you can.