It was great watching these boys last weekend.
It was my first time to see (or watch) ice hockey and I quite enjoyed it. What made it more fun to watch was the fact that it was just a few meters away from our house! Yes, these boys were playing on what usually was a small pond that I usually walked past by. The late cold front from Siberia frozed it up for people to enjoy.
Fun, isn’t it?!
Bless her heart for CARING.
One heartwarming scene I saw yesterday during my walk. I do not know the sweet lady but I gave her my card and told her this photo will be posted here. This was a quick shot, no room for me to compose, I just hope she likes it.
Oh yes baby! After almost 3 years (I think) of not using my Lensbaby, I finally actually used it today! But not my eyeglasses while using it and oh man, it really strained my eyes that I feel a bit crossed-eyed now (looks like it too)
Charlie of course, is always my available model to use it on. Look at that face? Those eyes can actually stop ladies of all ages on their track just to pet him. Ask my husband, they walk together more often than usual, ha ha ha!
5 days ago my husband and I, and the pug, took a spur-of-the-moment visit to Ablassedam which is about 20 minutes ride from our home. I thought why not see the windmills at Kinderdijk while the sun is setting?
So off we went and I had a blast firing my shutters (both 2 camera bodies and my ipod camera, the latter for photos to be uploaded to my instagram accnt.)
These windmills never sieze to amaze me. Looking at them always makes me wonder about life back in the 1500′s. I wonder….
Butt sniffing among dogs is like hand-shaking amongst us humans.
They learn about each other by, well…sniffing each others behind.
I’m glad we humans got hands
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No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace
As I have seen in one autumnal face.