"Following where my camera leads me!"

"Following where my camera leads me!"

Sunday, March 15, 2015

"Let there be Light!"

I captured the bright beams of sun over at the angel oak tree woods at John's Island, South Carolina.
Happy Sunday, y'all!!

.....linking up for  "Sunlit Sunday" at MY LITTLE HOME AND GARDEN

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Mary's House

We walk past this house all the time and wonder about the spiky fencing! So I went and got this book at the library. I love to read history.

Several of you commented on the fence I photographed and posted the other day on how "unfriendly" that fence looked. Here it is again:

In comparison to the next photo....that one suddenly looks awful nice and friendly and welcoming all of a sudden doesn't it? HA HA LOL

I dont think they are open to visitors today, what do you think? Who wants to try to go up and ring their bell? Not me!

Next door:

I love to photograph all the textures and patterns of old brick, iron, wood, chipping paint and architecture that is dripping with history. I can keep busy for hours roaming our city streets, alleys, cemeteries, and churchyards doing just that.

        joining Tex for the "Good Fences" party!

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Blue, White, and a little Red

some of my pretties I collect. I love the blue/white porcelin, but recently was thrilled to find this piece with lots of red, yellow, and green in it!

........participating in Lavender Cottage's             "MOSAIC MONDAY"

Monday, March 2, 2015

Lost in the Seventies?

I love walking down this Charleston alley and viewing all the colorful and unique artwork and huge murals! And it changes frequently, so you never know WHAT you're going to see!

.....Joining Lavender Cottage for "MOSAIC MONDAY"

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Wildlife Expo SEWE 2015 in Charleston

I have a few  more pictures from our recent Wildlife Expo to share with y'all.
I think they called this regal bird an "Asian Eagle Owl". I was mesmerized by her bright orange eyes and her alert manner! NOTHING got past her "eagle eyes". LOL She had such beautiful and unique feathers too.

This is a juvenile barred owl in flight. I LOVE SEEING THEIR BIG WINGS all spread out!

Camel close up!
There were pony rides

and big bouncy slides

and amazing woodwork to buy.

Some scary indoor exhibits:

Do you think this dog loves his master?

This youngster is taking a good long look at the birds of prey exhibit!
A nice fire pit kept us warm while listening to lively bluegrass music!
I love me some banjo music! My great grandpa played!
Dogs enjoying the outdoor music!

Below, colorful things to buy!

Kids on the jump ride
A tired dog on his way home

still my favorite thing!!............