Month: July 2014

#365 Finale

Check out the number of this photo. Yes, it’s 365, and my Project 365 is completed. Advertisements

Americans

It is, I think, an indisputable fact that Americans are, as Americans, the most self-conscious people in the world, and the most addicted to the belief that the other nations […]

#364 Shrubs

I wonder if there is a difference between shrubs and bushes. Is it that shrubs are neat, like these, and bushes not, like Bush?

My Hellish 6,666-Word Paper: On History and Literature

Last year I attended a big-time conference about eighteenth-century Scotland. It was held in Paris, at the Sorbonne University. I’ve been to Paris before with my class as a teenager, […]

#363 Rock

This is a large piece of rock. Would you have guessed?

Raining

Quietly Softly Still stop

#362 Trough

I think that calling this shallow stream a river would offend the rivers. A trough it is then.

#361 Railway Cables

Is it OK for the railway cables to lie like this in between the tracks? I’m slightly concerned.

Synchronised Sleeping

A rare moment of tranquillity between my cats, who normally hate each other.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’

Whew, is it summer already? In response to WordPress Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’.

#360 Suggestive

Are the shapes of these plants suggestive or am I seeing things?

#359 Sweet

What a sweet act of vandalism!

The Weird Village Where I Live: My First Day

When hubby and me moved from the city to the country, I went to work from the old home one morning and returned to the new home in the evening. […]

#358 Boulder

It is rather fascinating that moss/lichen grows on stones, isn’t it?

Reviewers

Nature fits all her children with something to do, / He who would write and can’t write, can surely review –James Russell Lowell

#357 Couple

I wonder if these shadows of my husband and me with our cameras are more cute or creepy.

#356 Parking

My lens is fascinated by very much everything. Including a battered parking lot with a line of colourful cars.

Angina Monologues: Thoughts You Think when You’re Sick

My journey through the valley of the shadow of death started when I was woken up at an ungodly early hour one morning by a sore throat. I thought little […]