Dog Walk Discoveries (November & December, 2016)
Someday I would like to sit under trees like these and spend hours simply looking up.
I've always liked cannas. My mom used to grow them around the light pole in our yard.
Even the fall litter on the sidewalk looks alluring when the light hits just right.
I'm liking this rendition of red, white, and blue.
Finding beauty in what is broken...
The tiger is still on guard! (See last month's post.)
I took this picture from some distance away, so it's blurry,
but look how this little fairy house glows!
A giant glowing turkey on a hill. The holiday season has arrived.
Here are some pics from my walks in Mountain Lake.
The arch in the above picture, reflected in just one window of the old bank building.
If this isn't the perfect symbol of starting a new year...
and for me at this time, a new life...
In front of the antique store: white flowers in the snow.
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