The graffiti people have been busy!
Eventually this train will be displayed in a more accommodating setting, but for now it is mothballed on a siding.
Removal of the graffiti and repainting will no doubt occur.
Monochrome is sometimes better than colour…
…don’t you think?
Old Age is a beautiful thing.
This rose is past its “best before” date but it still looks great!
Not perfect anymore but there is still beauty in it.
In our part of the world it is unwise to put your garbage out the night before packed in garbage bags.
The crows and the dogs and the bears just love it!
Our garbage guys are really good, but their job is to pick up the garbage. It is unreasonable to expect them to clean up the garbage.
A solid container (a “garbage can”) is the smart choice.
When the sun is in the right place…
All is well with the world!
Darndest thing about reforestation projects. They are not natural.
Mother Nature loves random.
Humans not so much.
Spring has come to Reynn’s Road.
The leaves are only a few days old and still have the yellow-green of youth.
They will become the hardened green of adulthood soon enough.
Since the World is ending on Saturday…
I thought you might like to know what time it is.
Are you ready for the “Raptures”?
A rose is a rose is a rose…
The forest floor near our place is beginning to fill in…
A green carpet for summer.
Playing again with the processing gives…
Winters are hard on paint around here.
With the kind help of Silverpixel, here is a different visual treatment of yesterday’s post.
Appropriately matching emotion with visual is the challenge.