They work hard, everyday. They brave the elements, the heights, the dangers.
We need their skills much more than we care to admit.
Thank you to all the trades people who make our world a better place.
Early this spring, I observed this goose sitting on her eggs for several weeks.
There is nothing unusual about this where it not for the location: on a small
traffic island in the middle of a busy parking lot. One day, she was gone.
I wonder what happened.
As time takes its toll we lose our stamina, our ability to stand on our own. We lose our shape, our structure, our means to see the world and serve a useful purpose. Our memory fails and our function which once gave us pride and a reason for being has been ravaged by the storms of time and nature. Some still struggle to remain erect, but eventually the burden of our existence will win out. All that remains are those precious moments in time that were better days.
As I was driving on Hwy# 6 a few weeks ago I came across this fox running on the shoulder. I slowed down and he did not run away, so I stopped, grabbed my camera and he approached the car. He did not stay more than a few seconds, but I managed to capture this image before he continued on his way. A chance encounter with one of natures wonders.
“A photograph never grows old. You and I change, people change all through the months and years but a photograph always remains the same. How nice to look at a photograph of mother or father taken many years ago. You see them as you remember them. But as people live on, they change completely. That is why I think a photograph can be kind. ” – Albert Einstein
Lost in her own world, young girl texting away. Don’t you wish sometimes that you could be a cyber fly and buzz around to discover what messages people are sending and to whom. I am sure we would see everything from the very innocent comments to the very damaging, to the very ridiculous. What we would not utter publicly, we are not so shy about sending it in writing electronically… even if the audience can end up being much larger. Have a Safe Text!
When Jack-‘O-Lantern and Frosty join forces.