This photo was taken last summer by my DH. He has gotten pretty handy with the camera. It is the closest we have to the rule of thirds, and is the one and only monarch butterfly we saw that year. For some reason they have become scarce in New Hampshire over the past couple of years. He had to take the picture to prove that we actually saw one.
Have you ever had one of those days where you played and played all day long. Then you stop as though you just hit a brick wall and couldn’t keep your eyes open? Keelaa had a day like that when she met our granddaughter for the first time. They played and then she played with the kitten only to overcome with exhaustion.
She was down for the count.
I took this photo last summer while on my first surf casting trip. The only one to catch a fish that day was me, an ugly monk fish, that I was glad to toss back. The thing had two sets of teeth and it was pretty spiney and the color of mud.
I took this photo several years ago while we were in Boston for the day. I love this shot of the Fanuell Hall Market Place. That was the day we went to the Boston Aquarium via train and subway. I’d never been on a subway train before this trip.
The weather was beautiful. A little chilly at first but it did warm up by noon time.
A bundle of love and joy
full of energy
go go go – get that tail.
Only in the end to hit the wall of exhaustion
regardless of the Cat’s meow.