After a short hiatus from this challenge, I am back for another contribution to Becky’s October Square: Lines & Squares photo challenge. Today in my art class, we worked on shadows and “negative spaces” in drawing. These are my best efforts, with my favorite being the square photo. I drew these on black construction paper […]Read More October Squares: White Lines on Black
I am joining Paula’s Thursday Special weekly challenge with the theme of fall. Yesterday, my hubby and I had a meeting to go to in Wheaton, a western suburb of Chicago, so beforehand we decided to take a walk at Danada Forest Preserve in Wheaton. The forest preserve is part of the county’s larger forest […]Read More Thursday’s Special: Fall
For Ailsa’s Travel Theme this week, I am including some animals that aren’t exactly “companions” although in all the time I spent in Northern Wisconsin, I have always looked forward to seeing loons on the lake and hearing their calls. In that sense, they have been my “companions” on the lake, as they have become […]Read More Travel Theme: Animal Companions
On our recent trip to North and South Dakota, our first stop was in Fargo. There is an open-air museum in West Fargo called “Bonanzaville” where, after touring the indoor part of the museum with an eclectic mix of historical objects, you can wander down streets lined with historic buildings meant to resemble a frontier […]Read More CFFC: Where’s the Fire??
THREE BOUNDARIES: In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Boundaries.” Kitty TV: On a snowy day in January, my cat, Hazel, gazes out into the white wilderness from a favorite window. Both the window and the icicles provide the boundaries which keep her inside, safe and warm from the cold winter outside, while […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries