I have a lot still to do – and then the clean up. But the result will be making itself known soon – flowers, herbs, and the sheer pleasure of watching things grow. Birds, bees, and other critters are welcome here – except rats and digging dogs!
Waiting rooms vary from drab to elegant. This is one of the more elegant.
What do you do when you are waiting for your doctor? I play solitaire on my phone, and I take pictures and edit them. Better than being bored!
Yesterday I went out around noon. Bad time, traditionally, to make a picture, but that was the time frame I had. I had two film cameras with me – an OM-1n with an Orange 21 filter and B&W film, and a new-to-me Certo Six out on its maiden voyage and filled with Ektar 100.
As it was hot, I sat down in the shade along a trail. And here, a tree I have so many times along my walk, had a brand new perspective. I think I took it with both cameras, but it was just so beautiful, I took out my cell phone . . . too impatient to wait for film to come back.
How old is this lovely oak? I know there were some here when the Spanish showed up 300 years ago, and they were old then. Sometimes, I wish I could see the world through the eye of a tree.