Can you tell just by looking at an image if it’s a sunrise or a sunset? Do you need to see the setting to know, and judge by the activity, or can you just sense it by the color?
I wonder. Personally I know I much prefer to witness a sunrise than a sunset. Maybe it’s because I’m a glass half-full kind of person, and a sunrise screams new beginnings.
I’m a fan of silhouette pictures, I just can’t seem to get enough of them. It’s like a French movie, the focus is on the emotion, rather than the action. If that makes any sense…
This week’s photo challenge is SILHOUETTE. Join in on the fun by clicking here.
“You can cook on your boat?” People are always shocked when they realize I have a full kitchen, and make my own meals on the boat. Even more shocked that I actually bake bread when in an anchorage or when they find out we have 2 fridges! One serves more as an ice chest, it’s actually a freezer within an isolated box. It’s in the counter, with a lid we pull off. The other one is a small trailer style fridge in the wall. Continue reading
My life, or as my mother has often said, is like a leaf falling from a tree zigzagging its way down. It’s unplanned. I’m always acting on a mixture of impulse and instinct, and I ever so rarely turn down an invitation or an opportunity.
«I don’t have a bucket list, I am a bucket list.»
As much fun as I can have staying close to skaters and friends from my league, RollerCon is when and where I need to expand my horizons and make friends from other leagues, other cities, and other countries.
Why? Continue reading