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We’re all missing the ability to travel freely and are probably reviewing photos from past trips to relive those memories. This bicycle outside a restaurant in Rome makes me hopeful that we will soon be able to visit new places for great photo opportunities.
These older dying trees still have so much character and beauty, just as most older people do. The young trees will eventually overtake them, but the older ones will provide protection and aid them in their growth as they mature.
Our January photo assignment to depict everyday life in our town had me scratching my head. Because of Covid 19, there is no normal everyday life unfortunately. For me, the inability of children to swing, climb, slide, run and play with their friends is one of the saddest parts of our efforts to keep each other safe. I took my granddaughter to this park many times over the first few years of her life and enjoyed sitting on this bench watching her play and make new friends. I hope playgrounds everywhere will soon be filled with happy, healthy children!
As 2020 finally comes to an end, my wish is that 2021 will be a year of peace, good health, compassion and positive progress toward a better world.
This lone red rose was blooming in my yard as Christmas approaches. It was so lovely that I decided to save it permanently by photographing and sharing it. Merry Christmas!
The Grand Canyon with a light dusting of snow and incoming storm.
A scene from an old cabin at a local museum in Prescott, Arizona. The textures were accentuated to add interest to the image.
My granddaughter at the California coast near Monterey. This wasn’t posed – she was just watching the waves for a period of time. I wondered then as I do now, what she was thinking and what life will hold for her.
This goose was swimming underneath a willow tree with branches that hung low over the pond outside my backyard. I love the golden color and abstract look that the branches create.
This doorknob is from the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, AZ. Sharlot delivered Arizona’s 3 electoral votes to Washington, DC when Calvin Coolidge was elected President in 1925.