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Yes, there was something in his stein.
October 28, 2014  I probably should have saved this for a Halloween shot.  My imagination sees a Screaming Monkey, a Roaring Lion (on the right side of the photo), and dark hand on the left side of the photo and an orange shark in the mid-section/left of the photo.    This is another of my 100s of photos of Upper Antelope Canyon.  Endlessly amazing & full of mystery and mistique.  My imagination was on fire as I looked at all the watery waves of the canyon walls and the shapes, and what they reminded me of.  Thanks for indulging me on the Antelope Canyon shots - many were tough shots with big sun and blown out areas.  But what a tour of a lifetime!  I appreciate your comments and critiques.  If I were an expert in Photoshop, I could have taken out the blown areas - but alas I am no expert.  I'm a novice at best.  As I continue to work through the vacation photos, you may see a few more from the Antelope Canyons.  "In more recent years, I've become more and more fascinated with the indigenous folklore of this land, Native American folklore, and also Hispanic folklore now that I live in the Southwest." ~Terri Windling  Have a warm & wonderful day my friends!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
December 28, 2014  Free House You Move !!   http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/multimedia/photogalleries/cct-free-house-if-you-move-it-yourself-picture-20141206,0,4032496.photogallery
Day 356- Tree and Afternoon Sun -  Dec 27.  What a treat the weather was today.  Wonderful to have a walk in the warm late afternoon sun.
Sunday, December 28, 2014  "TREE SHADOWS"  "There are dark shadows on the earth, but its lights are stronger in the contrast." ~ Charles Dickens  Have a blessed day!  (photo taken 12/23/2014)
November 12, 2014 Here's another photo (different vantage point) of more of the storm clouds over the Grand Canyon.  I just love the vastness of this place, the many colors and shapes.  It is truly grand, isn't it?  "The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself. The resources of the graphic art are taxed beyond their powers in attempting to portray its features. Language and illustration combined must fail."  ~ John Wesley Powell  Have a Grand day today my friends.  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
May 29, 2014  As I was driving home from the 'girlfriend's weekend' in Shawnee, OK I took small highways to avoid the bland Interstate since I had plenty of time.    On the Interstate (going there on Friday) the drive from my house to Deb's is about 4.5 hours.  But going home on Sunday, I decided to take a lot of smaller highways to see the countryside since I had plenty of time.  It took me a lot longer to get home, but it was WELL worth it.    As I was approaching Stratford, OK I noticed this structure from several miles away.  I passed it first & pulled off on a small road to take a long shot of it, but it was so interesting that I decided to go back.  To see a long range shot of this piece of art, click here:  http://lgood.smugmug.com/Portfolio/Humor/Random-Somewhat-Odd/i-9H4k7s9/A  When I turned around and went back, I pulled into the driveway of the company, and I saw that the fence was locked, but there was a a hole in the surrounding fence, that I could squeeze through to get on the grounds.    Just as I was contemplating whether I should squeeze into the hole in the fence and access the grounds or not, a man drove up and got out of his pickup truck.  I asked him if he knew the owners, and would they mind if I went onsite & took some photos.    He said, "No problem, this is my brother's place.  Have fun with your camera"  I said "cool and that's a neat structure of the hand over there"  and he replied, "Yep, my brother thinks he's an artist.  Have fun little lady."  And he unlocked the gate for me.  I encourage you to take a look at this in the larger size.  I took lots of photos of the hand.  I'm not a good judge of height, but this was a very, very tall structure.  If you take a look at the link  of the shot I took from a distance, you'll easily be able to see how tall it is compared to the buildings.  From "Spirit-animals.com".........If a dragonfly has zipped into your life, the native American's believed that:    "They are asking that you pay attention to your deeper desires and be mindful of the outcome we wish to have. There are lessons to be learned and you are reminded that “what you think” is directly proportionate to what you “see on the surface”. In other words your thoughts are responsible for your physical surroundings."  "The Dragonfly is also letting you know to live your life to the fullest with what you have. It also beckons you to seek out the parts of your habits that need changing. Use the Dragonfly to guide you through the mists of illusion to the pathway of transformation. It will bring you the light and color of transformation into your life."  Have a delightful day today my friends!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
06/12/14  " I'll help with the tree as soon as I'm clean." Our other kitty ,"Dodger". Named after the Artful Dodger ,while we tried to catch her as she streaked through our yard in 2011 for a whole Summer. Noel is the other one with the sour look and Oscar was left here by a former owner of the house. He wants to stay on his deck ; so we'll look after him. It would be nice to get a portrait of all in front of the tree, but you can see how cooperative our kitties are!  LOL
The Sheriff  has a Supporting Role for this Establishment's Porch.    Link to Photo Without Frame
April 24...  Hurrah, we are so happy today.  We have survived Easter so far.    My web-suppliers server has been very unreliable the last few days. I try to upload and make comments today.
December 26, 2014: One of the youngsters has learned to wait (read:  beg) on top the bush, too.
December 26, 2014:  Holiday bits.
Saturday, December 27, 2014  "PURPLE FOUNTAIN GRASS"  “Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence.” ~ Hal Borland  "Of all the ornamental grasses, of which there are many, purple fountain grass (aka Pennisetum setaceum ‘Rubrum’) is probably one of the most popular. The purple or burgundy-colored foliage and soft, fuzzy-like blooms (which are followed by purplish seedheads) make a bold statement in the garden—on their own or grouped with other plantings. Growing purple fountain grass is easy and requires little maintenance once established." ~ Reprinted text from here:  http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/foliage/purple-fountain-grass/grow-purple-fountain-grass.htm  Have a great weekend!  ***#19 photo of the day***  (photo taken 12/23/2014)  My Homepage: www.Godschild.smugmug.com
Yes, there was something in his stein.

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