There’s just something so reassuring about an old building. Layers of paint doing their best to preserve the vulnerable wood beneath, that despite it’s best effort, succumbs to the heat and rain and humidity so abundant in Florida. There’s a story in the paint, the disrepair, of life gone by. The styles and priorities of those … More Monochrome Monday
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
About a week ago this little tuxedo cat climbed into our magnolia tree in the front yard. A few days later she climbed into our hearts. No tags, no signs, no answers to “found cat” flyers. I do believe she is home.
This Buddha was born monochrome. If there were no grass behind him the picture could have been taken in black and white or color and you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference. He and many of his peaceful friends live at the Buddhist Temple in Orlando, Florida.
Orlando Wetlands Park.
Fullerton, CA. You can’t tell by the photo, but this is a hard working dog. His job is to keep horses in check, alert humans of any slithery or four letgged predators and in general keep the stables safe. He deserves a break.
Long Island, Bahamas. While searching for the perfect straw hat on this remote island paradise I stumbled upon this old church. The half open door, semi-gothic framed windows, overgrowth and simple wooden cross nailed to the tree in front made it an irresistible subject. Taken originally in color, it was asking for black and white. … More Monochrome Mondays