The cloud gobbled up the sun.
May another sun take your place.
If not, it was nice knowing you.
One of the few spots that provides shade, for most of the day.
Photo was taken at 8:30 PM. Love the colors of the clouds.
The air is awful. Humid and sticky as hell.
The color version of the knickknacks and table.
Testing out the monochrome on my phone, and see what the end result is.
This is one of those spare of the moment photos that I like to take.
Time of photo: 10:52 AM.
The brick building and the light colored one is the local YMCA.
I spotted this tiny Blue Jay, sitting on the mulch, so I took a few photos, and this one seem to be the best of the lot. Plus, I had to reach through the fence to take the shot(s).
Time of photo: 9:23 AM.
A spare of the moment photo at 8:19 AM.
I like it when the sun is partially hidden by the clouds. It makes the sky look beautiful.
Time of photo: 7:34 PM.
At 9:56 PM, I saw the seagull roaming around the grounds of the building I live in. I wanted to get a photo of the bird, when he was a lot closer, and the lighting was better. But as soon as I was ready to snap, the little shit decides to go wandering off. This was the best I could do, as it went into hiding in the shrubs.
The heat and humidity really sucked today. At 4:00 PM, the air was so damn stifling, it like sucked the air right of you. The photo above and below were taken at 6:14 PM. The rain, or what rain fell was a short welcome relief.
A photo of the sunlight at 6:51 AM.
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Time of photo: 7:12 PM. To enlarge, click on photo.
At 1:05 PM, it was hazy, cloudy and 87 F with a feel of 93. 30 C with a feel of 34. The breeze in the shade feels good.
Photo taken on June 29, 2014 at 10:31 AM.
One more photo taken from the sixth floor balcony.
The photo was taken at the sixth floor balcony at 8:26 AM.
I wanted to see what a photo would like using the flash on the phone I have.
Belinda, I just want to say thank you for being a part of your “virtual” world.
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Wet leaves after an early morning rain.
Time of photo: 8:18 AM.
The last of the photos that I took, just before sunset. The brick and adjoining building on the right is the local YMCA. The other ones in the foreground is an auto parts store, and help place for people who are down and out.
Time of photo: 8:20 PM.
Another photo from Sunday evening. A bit closer look at the work being done at the local Senior Center.
Time of photo: 8:19 PM.
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The senior citizen center is getting a make over. The work started last year, and what has been done so far, looks a hell of a lot better, than the drab gray that was on the entire building.They also added new insulation, worked on the windows, and put in a new walkway and wheelchair ramp.
Staircase with a glass panels on both sides.Photo taken at: 7:31 PM.
Photo taken during a morning at 10:17 AM.
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This one I took about an hour or so before the first test photo.
Photo taken at: 4:40 PM.
Just a test photo, that I took with my new phone, as my other phone, was literally ruined from a heavy rainstorm.
Time of photo: 7:30 PM.
The building I call home.
The photo below is a bit on a slant, and the reason for that is, I was holding the phone above the top of the fence.
Photo was taken at 8:02 pm. To enlarge, click on image.
Several of the city’s fire engines are parked on the street, for an event that was being held at the local senior center.Photo taken at 10:08 am.
Mid-day photo of billowing clouds, at 2:45 pm.
Two views of looking down the street. A black & white, followed by one in color.
A photo I took a week ago, and thought I would post it. Its never too late.
May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963
Gray sky, rain, and a temp of 48 F, 9 C.
Photo taken at 9:17 AM.
A photo of Stephen Hawking and his wife Jane Wilde.
Stephen Hawking and his wife Jane Wilde, 1965.
Source of image
Landscapers laid down the new mulch today. It brings out the color too.
Living room with a view to the outside world. On the TV is Jesse L. Martin, who plays Detective Ed Green, on Law & Order.
The rain had just ended, and the sky still had the gloomy look. Warm and muggy here.
Another one of the photos I took from the other day.
An evening photo of downtown. It was not quite dark, but you can see the full moon just above the right hand corner of the brick building, which is on the left.
Another photo from the morning walk.
Took this on my way back from my morning walk. The backside of the building is of the one I reside in.
Feeling a lot better than I did last week, and for the next few days will be posting off and on.
Below, is a few of the books that I like to read.
Flowers coming into full bloom, on a cool evening.
Taken at 7:43 pm
Sunday morning photo. Its a bit out of focus. I do like it.
Now that the weather here has finally warmed up, its good to see green grass, and green on the different plants.
A wonderful cloudless sky. Too bad it is only going to last for a day, as for tomorrow, it goes downhill.
Supposedly Spring is supposed to be here. When I took this photo at 1:00 pm, it was a dark overcast and 48 F, 9 C. Kind of nippy for April 27.
This photo brings back memories. When I was a child, back in the 1950s, it seemed that I didn’t want to miss an episode. The days of black & white TV.
George Reeves and Noel Neill on the set Adventures of Superman, 1956.
Found in the email inbox.
From the email inbox:
Never heard of an Arabian Sand Cat. Anyways, it sure is cute.
The four pine trees have the look of a need of nourishment, and also seem to be out of place. It could also be said, “A sight for sore eyes.”
The girl with the fabulous legs.
The setting sun taken at 7:00 pm.
Sun covered by the overcast.
Photo was taken at 5:53 pm.