My box of knitting – a sweater in the round, to be steeked into a cardigan. The whole process of steeking entails sewing down a bead on either side of where you CUT THE SWEATER. From there, well, let’s wait until then! Too scary to contemplate for a first-time activity.
Oh, how Covid-19 makes you bored and brave (or foolish) at the same time!
A field of yellow flowers, green grass, and shadows under the glaring sun. Too much color so into black-and-whitishness!
What I see early in the morning while I drink my coffee and read the news!
Trees never cease to allure! Personality, character, beauty. No idea what kind this is, but its bark is so beautiful that it caught my eye, and my lens.
Whenever we get cabin fever during shelter-in-place Covid-19 orders, we get out and drive, and explore new bits around us. This was in a split-level park, with different plateaus connected by walking paths. Here, a bit of ground cover at the edge of a level, butting up against the spring mustard blooms. Not exciting as far as scenery, but a pleasant little neighborhood park we had not seen before. Well, sort of a neighborhood park – 30 miles away!
Processed using Nik Silver Efex 2. Taken in 16×9 perspective with the Fuji X100V. I continue to be amazed by this camera!
Sometimes nature’s blues amaze me . . .
I doubt we will be seeing clouds like these in the near future. The rainy season may be ended. Looking ahead to the weather forecast, sunny days in the low 70s. Not bad at all, but the rain is so needed . . .
Hunkered down, spending money on groceries in ways not of our norm, enjoying the cold and rain, and getting out for walks. I get off the streets and onto a trail. Here is a view from above a local creek – all slushy brown leaves from last year and new ones leafing out.
It’s been a kick trying to take good pictures with a limited, prime, non-zoom lens. A challenge. So many absolutely dreadful ones, and the occasional good one. Learning curve! Not a bad thing at all. I’m glad I got this X100V – my mind is definitely rethinking how to make an image.
Rain! We’ve had it off and on for a week, and it is to continue for another. In our droughty area, this is good. So good!