Set up the photo studio again for some photos and attempts at videos. There are cats.
It was close to 70 degrees (Fahrenheit) today, so I took a walk around the yard. It’s a mess. But good things are coming!
My son, The Boy™, actually took this photos yesterday. I took the time today to polish them a bit in Photoshop. He sees the world differently than I do. I love his photos.
Friday Headlines, March 6, 2020
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- DNA from dinosaurs
This week in geology
- Pinpointing Indonesian earthquakes
This week in the environment
- Microplastics in deep-sea organisms
Today, I had to make a trip to Lyons, NY. So on my way home, I stopped briefly in Newark, NY and then spend a lot of time at the Pal-Mac Aqueduct Park in Palmyra, NY.
Today was a pleasant day for taking the dogs for a walk. So I did, and captured some images of life emerging from winter’s grip.
Stopped into The Garden Factory this morning for a bit. Took some photos with my phone.
When I was a wee lass, my dad took a couple of trips to Korea. He brought back goodies, including two jackets that I really loved. I still have them!
Today was a day for staying in bed. The cats agree.
Since it’s leap day, it seemed like a good day for random things.
It snowed overnight, so here are a couple snow pics:
Then I had a visit with my one of my favorite cats, Rabbi Orange: