This week’s topic on Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge is Trees.
Delighted at being selected as a Featured Blogger with this entry in last week’s challenge!
There exists a beautiful valley nestled in the mountains of the Cape Vineyards. The idyllic-like appearance of the Franschoek Valley reminds me of The Shire in Lord of the Rings.
This is a reminder of a day spent at Fisherman’s Wharf in SF. I couldn’t resist taking a photo – this display of angry birds beanies looked so funny. I didn’t buy one and now wish I had.
I’m attending Agile Africa today and tomorrow and it is such a pleasure meeting up with the awesome people from where I used to work. In addition there are so many others in the South African Agile community that I get to see only a few times a year, usually at conferences and Agile Coach retreats. I Uber’ed in so I wouldn’t have to worry about parking and it was just as well since I heard that parking got a bit tight at the hotel parkade.
Sitting in the sun reading a good book.
If we were having coffee I’d be gushing about how nicely the weather is turning out! Spring is finally here and I’m so chuffed! I’ve mentioned before how I feel the need to hibernate during winter. Every time spring comes along I feel like I’m opening up again. I get the urge to start cooking and keeping the house clean LOL!
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Far From Normal.”
At last, a WordPress prompt that I think is interesting. Not happy with today’s prompt I kept clicking through “try another prompt” and getting progressively annoyed at their lack of sophistication. I’m a serious writer after all… 😉
Only five minutes today, the stream of consciousness is…
A young couple got married and went on a cruise for their honeymoon. When they got back home the bride immediately called her mom, who lived three hours away.
“Well, darling,” said her Mom, “How was your honeymoon?”
This past weekend spent with my family at Klein Kariba resort in Bela Bela provided much opportunity for photographing signs. Some are funny, others informational and written in Afrikaans and English. I also used it as an opportunity to use Hisptamatic. I’m still getting used to the lens/film combinations, and I love the way they are so neat with a frame and clear too.