Persimmon. While technically they refer to this color as saffron in India, it is much closer to persimmon, especially new. This Siddha’s dhoti (long cloth that wraps like a skirt) is a little faded from the sun and age, I suspect. Advertisements
To me the word Serenity conjures anything that allows me to exhale. Sigh. Release. Relax. Be present. For me that’s nature. Living in Florida has afforded me the incredible gift of a close personal relationship with nature. We have no mountains, and rarely snow, but we have mysterious swamps and glistening white sand beaches, palm … More WPC – Serenity
No one does pots quite like India. The holy men, or Siddhas, all over India carry small brass pots to collect money. They do not beg, but if you take their photo and don’t donate, they will literally chase you down. Fair is fair. Sometimes you learn the hard way. No one does pots … More A Word a Week Photo Challenge – Pots
I have been photographing the sky forever. I have copious amounts of sunrises, sunsets, and sun rays peeking out of clouds as if heaven itself was made visible. I have the suns rays illuminating fog, reflecting off water and creating great and wonderful shadows. But this little tuxedo kitty is my sunshine. She showed … More Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – You Are My Sunshine, Chorus
Ft. Christmas, Florida. Nothing says Florida quite like beautiful old oak trees heavy with Spanish moss. For more shadowed photos click here.
Color or black and white? Long Island, Bahamas. While in search of straw hats on this relatively remote island in the Bahamas we stumbled upon this relic. Like so many other buildings on this island, this one was damaged beyond repair during a hurricane most of us in the US never really heard about. … More A Word A Week Photo Challenge – Cross