Thursday, January 31, 2008

31.) Crescent Desire

Crescent Desire

#31. My first shot of the moon in the morning......

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

30.) Sting of a Sapphire Sunset

Sting of a Sapphire Sunset
(Click photo for LARGER view)

#30. My fingers were so frozen at this point......

29.) Lens Cap Mishap

Lens Cap Mishap #29
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#29. Note to Self: A boot is not a good place to stow your lens cap!

28.) Repurpose

Repurpose #28

#28. I will try my best to do this more around our home.

*cody made that coat rack in an hour or so........we took the $20 one back to the store!

27.) Backyard Barn

Backyard Barn
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#27. The new technique opens my eyes to a whole new world; my backyard just became a lot more interesting.....

Monday, January 28, 2008

26.) From the 'Pot'

Air Plant 'Flower' II

#26. I am glad my bathroom has a window now.......ahhh, the simple pleasures!


(Taken November 23, 2007)

*Both of these are air plants, ours has recently flowered....

25.) Short Stack

Short Stack

#25. More trips to the library are in order.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

24.) Partial Palisade

Partial Palisade
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#24. Something I see everyday, so this is not the first or the last that you will ever see this scene.

Friday, January 25, 2008

23.) Color Composition

Color Composition #23

#23. Hey, it can't always be sunsets and waterfalls!!

22.) My New Mantra

My New Mantra

#22. Friends, are those who know you better than you know yourself.

*Thank you for such a lovely gift...........

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

21.) Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

#21. It takes more than just a House to make a Home.

20.) Tub Flub

Tub Flub

#20. I'm quite possibly the only person on the planet who finds that taking a bath is not that.......RELAXING!

Monday, January 21, 2008

19.) Into The Wild

Into The Wild

#19. I continue my journey, 'Learning to get Lost'.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

18.) Southern Comfort

Dan'l Boone Inn
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#18. After 2 1/2 years, I finally found out what all the hoopla was about!

Saturday, January 19, 2008

17.) Snow Days

One Drop

#17. Are better when there's an adventure involved!

Friday, January 18, 2008

16.) Super Fly ELY


#16. Can't you tell I'm in love with these little critters.............this is just one of them though!

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

15.) Tension Tamer

Tension Tamer

#15. His way is like no other...............which is why I love him so.
Thanks for being YOU

14.) Sniffing it Out

Sniffing it Out

#14. Nothing spells J-O-Y like new additions to the family.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

13.) Small Steps

#13 Small Steps

#13. Doing what you can will make a difference.

Monday, January 14, 2008

12.) Dog Days

Dog Days

#12. Walking them and then being able to take them back is the next best thing.

11.) Secret Lives of Bees Read

Secret Lives of Bees Read

#11. The key to living a more poetic life..............

Sunday, January 13, 2008

10.) Tree of Antiquity

Tree of Antiquity

#10. Sometimes you will find a treasure where it is least expected.

9.) Tranquil Flux

Tranquil Flux

#9. Going through the motions....................

Saturday, January 12, 2008

8.) Fondest of Memories

Howard's Knob Park
(click on photo to see it & others in Flickr)

#8. A place you first visit when in a new town is not one you soon forget.

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

7.) Left Out

Left Out

#7. We may be far apart but we are close in heart, always.

6.) Crab Orchard Cascades

Crab Orchard Cascade

#6. There's nothing like the beauty of a waterfall to replenish the soul.

Saturday, January 5, 2008

5.) Charlie Hollar Sunrise II

Charlie Hollar Sunrise II

#5. Some things are worth waking up early for.

When Cody was leaving this morning to go to work (yeah, on a Saturday) he was telling me bye and mentioned that the sky was so orange; I popped up so fast it was as if I were on a spring board of some sort. I enjoyed a beautiful sunrise, then got right back in to bed!

4.) It Continues

It Continues

#4. Familiar places that alleviate discomfort keep me coming back.

This is the hallway and waiting area at Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine. I had an appointment today...........I feel lighter.

Thursday, January 3, 2008

3.) Same Bridge Different Day

#3. A newfangled way to spend your lunch break.

I felt my body cramping up today, and I decided for the first time in a long time to......take a lunch break. One reason was because I wanted to get some blue sky semi-snowy photos. I have a picture taken from this same location but with very different weather, here at: Wayfaring.Wanderer.
I will be sure to take my lunch more often in the future...........

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

2.) Frost Ferns.........

#2. has been snowing most of the day today.

Today was my first day back to work, man was it hard to get up and go this morning!
I suppose that 11 days off in a row will do that to you..........
I can't wait for my fire-starter to get home, Cody :)

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

1.) A New Tradition

#1. It is tradition that you eat black eyed peas to insure a coming year filled with luck and greens to insure plenty of money.

After reading a number of threads and articles I have found that many countries have traditions that they believe will bring good luck for the new year. Two foods that I found consistently throughout my findings were black-eyed peas and collard greens. We found ourselves at the grocery store looking for an easy out but our hopes of a heat n' serve meal was soon thwarted by empty shelves. I take that back, we were lucky enough to find pre-seasoned collard greens, which were awesome! We then made our way to the frozen food section for some frozen peas and were almost hindered once again by an overzealous Floridian who decided to step in front of me to get the last bag of frozen peas!?!?! We had to spring for the Lowes brand, which worked just fine but still..........Anyhow, the meal turned out to be pretty good, and hopefully the superstition, oops I mean tradition will be fulfill as it's believed to.