I decided to take the challenge of seven days of black and white images. I figured this would be easy after doing the 365 challenge in 2012. Ha! Yeah!!!!
This first image is of Daisy as she was just drifting off to dreamland. And where was she? Up on the bed, of course. She no longer sleeps there as she’s getting older and it’s hard for her to jump up now. So she has a comfy, cozy spot on the floor at the foot of my bed.
Do you ever wonder what dogs dream of? In her case, I think it’s a safe bet that she’s herding sheep.
I’m ending this black and white challenge with an image I took at Alcatraz. When I look at this, I think of all the inmates who spent their lives there and many died there. I thank God that I never made choices that would put me in a place like this. Can you imagine looking out at the city of San Francisco and the Bay and not being able to enjoy it? Namaste’
I couldn’t resist getting this shot today as I pulled into the parking lot of a store. When I realized how many cars were actually in the parking lot, I decided to get the heck out of there, thinking about the long lines inside at the cash registers. Did I mention that I absolutely despise Christmas shopping?
Anyway, below is the car. I believe it’s a vintage Ford because it has our state’s classic license plate, reserved for cars manufactured at least 25 years ago. I think this one qualifies.
Almost to the end of our 366 project. Can’t wait to see how my fellow 366’ers finish up this year. Namaste’
I love the light … any kind of light … with the exception of those curly energy-saving light bulbs. But that’s a story for another day. So for now I’ll enjoy one of our window decorations. Little tiny white light bulbs … love them! Namaste’
Last week I bought a bouquet of flowers and this one is the last of the blooms. I decided to make it black and white and I like the way it turned out. We’re having another rain, thunder and lightning storm right now so I’ll be brief. Might be shutting down my computer soon. Namaste’
I did a little shopping with a couple of friends today and we had a great time. Why is it that most women gravitate to the shoe department first? Unless I’m on a specific mission to buy something else, it’s where I always start out.
I love black and white and I love shoes. I probably wouldn’t buy these flip-flops but they were fun to photograph. How about you, ladies … do you like flip-flops? Or do they hurt in between your toes? Namaste’