157: Archival Sunshine…..
It snowed this morning….
sigh….Spring is supposed to be coming I thought…
a good day to bring out these pictures from last August. An early morning at work I was assigned to a location in the Wallingford district of Seattle….Very nice walk it was….after a couple of days, I decided to bring the camera….the old camera that is, so these are not quite as nice as they could be now. The architecture in this district has that nostalgic feel that I love!……
And there were some great gardens on the walk to work….
Mallow plant I believe…. old house with cool modern fence..
Almost made work less workish, at least it gave a nice refreshment before and after!
Is this not the coolest lighting unit? blurry, but nifty, huh?
The sun did come out later today (the day of this post…not the pictures) ….after I turned off the Christmas music that is…..
Hey thanks for stoppin’ by the Blue Nickel! Have a great day….and take a walk if you get a chance…the vitamin D will be good for you…….
I enjoyed tagging along on your walk…and took one of my own. Your flower shots are my favorite…such beautiful color…I’m so thankful spring has spring and new life is vibrant.
I read your interview over at Stitch’n Heaven…your first quilt sounds just like mine…heavy and tied. Mine was so privative but is still loved well almost 40 years later.
Thank you so much for that walk. I really did need a little “flora” as my friends like to say. Our snow is melting and it’s finally warming but I really long for the easy walks in the sun when I’m not stepping all all sorts of crap that was left over from the Fall (hidden under the snow for months and now making our street look like crap). It was so nice to see what a pretty garden looks like. Thanks for bringing color to my week, I needed that! =)
I love a walk with my pooch hope you don’t mind if I bring him along we will be smelling and marking for other large predators but it does sooth the soul….thanks sweet boy…
I know this was months ago but I had to comment since you were right in my backyard. I well know that fence and feel as you do about those light fixtures, they always remind me of snakes and hold my attention each time I walk by. I always wonder what the inside of that building must look like =o)