Friday, April 20, 2018
I took this photo a couple of months ago at the park near my house while watching my youngest grandson playing on the playground. This is the same park I usually walk around for exercise, but with my fractured leg I obviously haven't been able to do it for awhile. My doctor gave me the OK to start putting weight on it this week and I have been practicing walking with my walker just in my house. Hopefully I'll be walking at the park again soon, but in the meantime I start physical therapy on May 1st and will keep practicing around the house. Things are definitely looking up!
Linking to SkyWatch Friday.
Saturday, April 14, 2018
This duck was keeping one eye on me as I zoomed in to take its picture while it was resting under a cypress tree near a local pond. You can see the tree's cypress knees popping up out of the ground all around the duck. These knees are usually seen around cypress trees growing in swampy areas and their function is not known. Some theories are that they may help aerate the trees roots, create a barrier to catch sediment and reduce erosion, or help stabilize the tree in soft, muddy soil.
Update on my broken leg: It's been a little over 5 weeks since my injury and I'm still not walking. I go back to the doctor next week and hopefully will get a good report. I'm definitely getting tired of not being able to drive my car and spending most of my time in the house!
Linking to Saturday's Critters, Camera Critters, and The Bird D'Pot.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Friday, April 6, 2018
I took these photos of my daughter and two oldest grandkids as they were watching the sun go down over the ocean at Stinson Beach in California, which is just north of San Francisco, while we were on vacation about 3 months ago.
Linking to SkyWatch Friday.
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
These old radios were sitting next to our table while we were eating at a 1950's style diner on our vacation when we were in San Francisco a few months ago. The one in the first picture looks very similar to a radio my grandfather had sitting on his kitchen counter when I was a kid. My grandkids didn't even know what they were until I told them!
Linking to Tuesday's Treasures and Our World Tuesday.
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Another photo from my archives, this was taken last summer when my daughter and I visited Wilanów Palace in Warsaw, Poland. One of Poland's official national monuments, the Palace was built in the 17th century for King John III Sobieski, whose statue is seen in this picture.
The first day of the month is Theme Day in the City Daily Photo community and this month's theme is "One Color". To see other interpretations of the theme, be sure to visit the CDP Theme Day gallery here.