Rather than lull you into a stupor with another of my rants, I will give you a break. This post is all about images – photos I have taken but have not used in any posts. I think they deserve to see the light of day, so here they are – at least some of them. If I get a favorable response I might do this again.
By the way, for those of you who don’t already know, you can click on each image to view it in a larger format.
The marsh near our house
Seaweed at low tide
A peaceful little cemetery in our neighborhood
My dog's paw prints on the sand
The door of a shop in Maine. Strange and funny.
A street sign in Newport. Tough choice, eh?
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Great photos! Love the “no squirrels” and the street signs, dirtynailz. It’s fun to see your perspective on your world.
Thanks! I always love it when I see something weird and quirky.
left wondering about that council meeting when they choose the street names …
The joy of having my own photo archive (and captive garden) is that sometimes, that picture, good picture, that doesn’t fit into any blog post – becomes exactly the one I need to tell that link of the story.
Are your squirrels monster problems?
Yes, Diana, I know what you mean about the photo archive. I’m sure I have all kinds of perfect images in mine. The challenge is locating them when I need them!
The squirrel sign photo was taken in Maine, not RI where we live, so I am not sure what happened to precipitate that sign. Maybe a squirrel somehow found its way into that store. I guess I’ll never know.
Those are great images, and some of them are funny. Do the squirrels in your area know how to read? 🙂 I really like the little cemetery. I find those smaller ones much more peaceful.
Ooops, just saw your last comment about the squirrel not being in your area. I guess the squirrels in Maine are the ones that can read 🙂
Maybe ours can read, too. You never know….I wonder if they’re into e-books or good old paperbacks, which they could gnaw on if they had the urge….
ha ha! Awesome photos.
Thanks. I love taking pictures – the weirder the better.