I spotted this wonderful play castle at our city Arts Centre. The kids were having a great time exploring the huge structure, and graciously stepped aside for a moment to allow me to take a photo. Wouldn’t I have loved to play in something like this to spark imaginary adventures when I was young?
I know I’ve posted pictures in the past of frost covered trees, but this day in December was a day of exceptionally heavy frost that covered every outdoor surface. The fog surrounded us as we traveled the highway. At home, an artificial plant on our balcony, and a little tree show just how thick the frost had become.
I’m a bit late in posting about my popular posts of 2019, and I’m still surprised by the amount of views some of them had.
#10: Prairie Mountains
#9: Harrison Hotsprings
#8: Bird Spotting
#7: Renovation Invitation
#6: Vintage Opulence
#5: On the Road
#4: Crafting With the Grandkids
#3: It’s Cold!
#2: Alphabet Photography Help?
And #1: Yarn Bombing With a Twist
These posts are so diverse in nature, proving that you never know what will interest readers. I hope, in 2020, I can come up with more subjects worth viewing.
When the sun casts a golden glow on buildings and the sky just before twilight, it’s an awesome sight.
A painter could possibly reproduce the hues of rose, blue, and gold that colour the sky at sunset, but a painting wouldn’t have the same expansive effect of the real thing.