….she was the perfect house guest
She slept in her own bed, in the kitchen, she didn’t get me up in the night, she ate what we put in front of her and she went for three walks with me.
…thanks Cee for hosting CFFC https://ceenphotography.com/2022/06/21/cffc-landscapes-or-waterscapes/
…thanks to Sue W. and GC for hosting Weekly Prompts https://weeklyprompts.com/2022/06/11/weekly-prompts-weekend-challenge-waste/
I don’t often take photos of waste but two years ago, at the beginning of COVID, my neighbour and I went out every day for a month and collected the waste that people left behind. We were appalled at the amount of trash we picked up every day. People started to notice and thanked us and many people picked up the cause. It seems that the amount of trash is somewhat less these days.
Much of the trash that we collected had washed up from the lake and we found some pretty interesting things along the shoreline, hidden under the rocks and landfill that lined the edges of our parks.
….thanks to Cee for hosting CBWC https://ceenphotography.com/2022/06/02/cbwc-peaceful/
Walks in the park, along the beach and past the marina are all peaceful to me.
…thanks to Sue from Weekly Prompts for hosting this week’s colour challenge https://weeklyprompts.com/2022/06/04/weekly-prompts-colour-challenge-nautical-blue/
What is nautical blue? According to some sites on the internet it is the following:
There are a surprising number of colours that can be considered nautical. Some of the most popular include deep blue, navy, red, black, white, turquoise, sand or khaki, brick, cream, sea green, sky blue, yellow, shades of gray, and more.
Sue is allowing us to interpret the colour nautical blue as we please. Here is my interpretation of nautical blue.