This week Cee has challenged us to share black and white photos of glass. I had to look back a bit…but I was able to find two photos I would like to share.
Stain Glass – Celebration Community Church, Fort Worth TX
Mexico Isla Mujeres – Glass Bottles
If you enjoy black and white photography or photo challenges…I encourage you to visit Cee’s page.
Since finding this challenge I have learned something valuable about myself. I love two types of doors.
One: the entrances to large beautiful churches
St. Mary’s of the Assumption – Fort Worth Texas
Two: Old abandon buildings
Abandon building South Fort Worth
It seems I might have missed the middle ground!
This challenge is sponsored by Norm 2.0. Come join the fun…you will start seeing doors in a whole new light.
Here in Texas Spring is right around the corner.
I present proof..The Texas Red Bud (one of my favorite trees) is blooming.
Since everything around it is still dormant I decided to use my new Photoshop skills to bring out a splash of color.
Happy first day of March!
Yes we did find a butterfly chair at the Botanic Garden
How long has it been since you’ve been to the Drive – In?
We went Saturday night. It was quite fun….and the sound is so much better then it was 30+ years ago!!
Coyote Drive-In Fort Worth TX
This picture was taken during an early morning walk downtown Fort Worth.
Back in February my friend and fellow blogger Amy from, The World is a Book, posted a picture of Tarrant County College in downtown Fort Worth. Her angle of the campus was fabulous and she was kind enough to mention me in her post.
Earlier this evening I was biking on the Trinity River Trail and happened past the campus. i thought of Amy and the picture she posted. I decided to stop and get a shot of the campus from the opposite angle that Amy had taken her photo. So here it is…
Tarrant County College – Fort Worth TX
Daffodils along the Trinity River – 7th Street Bridge in the background
I noticed this odd little flower among the bunch and immediately thought of Midwestern Plant Girl. Plant Girl…..would you like a shot at explaining this unique genetically altered plant?!