Certainly the right color, not exactly the right flower. But I don’t think this pollen-drunk bee knows the difference either. To see other’s take on lavender click here.
There is a definite skill and art to black and white photography that I have not yet mastered. But this little fellow is too cute not to share. A curious black faced monkey peered down onto the humans as we skulked around his beloved mosque in Jaipur, India. The mosque, abandoned for many,many years became … More Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Black and white photos
The Amber Fort in Jaipur, India. Outside the fort hawkers were relentless, shoving carvings of Ganesh, “hand-painted” silks, and turbans into our hands while we waited in line for an elephant to ride up the steep ramp to the fort itself. Some people in line got extremely upset and yelled at the hawkers who … More A Word A Week Challenge – Arch
Dasada, India. Not far from the Arabian Sea is the town of Dasada. Nearby the city center, which I did not have the pleasure of visiting, there is a magical place called Rann Riders. The grounds are vast with manicured walkways of tiny pebbles, dotted with statues, colunns and a few arbors. Surround the grouds … More Monochrome Mondays
Pushkar, India. After an hour long sunset camel ride out into the desert for a traditional Rajasthani meal, our camels got to rest and we found our spots. Just before I sat down, I turned around to find this majestic creature against the backdrop of a stunning sunset. See more photos here.
Every now and then after the storms, the sky celebrates. Oviedo, FL More beautiful sky photos by others here.
In the mountains of Georgia there is a different light. The pine trees grow tall, shedding their needles as they climb. Light filters in casting a wide enough net to nourish small oak trees and other forest dwellers. Even on the brightest day the forest remains cooly guarded, unsure how much sun is too much. … More One Word Photo Challenge – Emerald
This is both. Living in the middle of Florida I have so many incredible experiences available to me. Every winter, usually in January, the manatees come in from the ocean and open rivers to the springs where the water remains 72 degrees year round. Here they wait out the cooler months drifting and bobbing in … More Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Water or The Season of Winter