pondering pastimes

So what should I do this afternoon? study my Russian lesson? expand my online  book inventory? repot a thirsty “Wandering Jew?” walk in the garden, read a novel –write a poem? I could get lost on google… visit friends abroad…who probably are sleeping now, giving their blogs a rest. sit here and daydream? fix something for dinner… clean the garage? get out my zillions of … Continue reading pondering pastimes

Rules For Commenters…or Think First!

There should be a rule on commenting protocol requiring at least (if not a working knowledge) mini-common sense. Every school age child with a mite’s  intelligence should have learned restraint in matters of opinion… at least a few facts. No one should ever consider as an expert smart snappy comments… an internet free-for-all sans supervision. Our Rule Number One: Start out with a set of clues, … Continue reading Rules For Commenters…or Think First!

pointless…

somewhere deep within phantoms are known by their echoes impossibility looms in self-righteousness daunting and daring self confidence insist to disdain idle thoughts pretending vague truthfulness where none  may exist.. in the far reaches of solitude, there exists a sombulent wave of fear… or something quite like it… but not quite terror or panic among the calm insanity that lives within the caves of reality and … Continue reading pointless…

Playing with raindrops

As I was sitting on the deck watching the rain/snow fall, I thought it would be fun to see if I could capture some drops.   These photos, following, are of individual drops into the same puddle…a couple of them are close-ups, and the orientation varies.   Since I am not an engineer (I know, not really a photographer, either… I will refrain from speculating on … Continue reading Playing with raindrops

mystic pond art

©Sometimes,2016 I often find surprises in photographs, serendipitous objects or impressions that might be considered gifts from My Muse.   This photo is a random pond shot, one of a series.  In the foreground are some dry weeds, and their shadows cast onto the water take on curious face-like shapes,  reminiscent of doodle-drawings.      Peggy, the cat, seems to have been transfixed by the mysterious shapes and … Continue reading mystic pond art

Full Moon

shining silver orb brightens the evening sky night becomes as day. We see by the light rays things not apparent by day shadows take flight and shimmer with imagination. Silver the night color of green street lights merge with the surges of glow from the sky to take on star-like images and fool the searching eye. But take warning– the moon can play tricks glimmering … Continue reading Full Moon

Tinkerbell and Baby… through the glass door

The photo in my header is one I took from inside my kitchen.  Playing around aimlessly with my camera is one of my favorite things to do.  Most of the resulting photos never see the light of day…at least by anyone other than me…but others keep beckoning to be published at the top of my blog, Sometimes. Regular visitors will recognize my favorite vantage points … Continue reading Tinkerbell and Baby… through the glass door