Tag Archives: Ralph Waldo Emerson

Blue Door Reflection

Blue is a primary color.  Blue is a popular color all over the world.  Blue is my favorite color.   Who doesn’t like blue? Even so, I was intrigued by the blue doors of Taos Pueblo, the oldest inhabited village in … Continue reading

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Yawning Hippo

Happy hippos?  This might give you a different impression of the chubby cuties depicted in cartoons and children’s literature.  I took this shot at the Tanzanian hippo pool shown here in an earlier blog.  It’s a close-up of the hippo in … Continue reading

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Quiet Time

After a full day at the County Fair, these two need a break. Thought for the Day:     Nothing can bring you peace but yourself.                               … Continue reading

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This young lad cleans up pretty good; this is the clean face and hands that belong to the frosting-coated fingers in a previous post.  (click here for more frosting)  Wearing the green and all the green frosting, he must be … Continue reading

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Leaf Connoisseur

Raking leavings?  Uggh, one of the worst jobs Ev Ver.  I love trees, but every fall I come to hate them, despise them and wish I had never planted them.  I love the shade they provide in the summer, but … Continue reading

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Butterball

This picture was taken 62 years ago today.  Yeh, its me, you do the math.  Quite a little butterball back then, “chubby” as my Mom likes to say.  I must have put the candles on the cake myself.  Looks like … Continue reading

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