Happy 4th of July everyone. I’m glad to still be with you. For my followers, due to my vision I will be limiting my posting here to about once a month. For more frequent posts visit me at Longs Peak Journal.
Two bandstands, both in Queen’s Park, Chesterfield – the same place I photographed the cricket field. At least I think they’re both bandstands – the second one is much larger and almost looks like a carousel with nothing to ride.
Perhaps in summer
The sound of a band may sound
Tiddly om pom pom
Canon Sure Shot Supreme & Kodak Colorplus.
Taken on 25 April 2021
Most People outside of RAP don’t know the connection. The GAP Band members were born, raised and started their Music career in Tulsa.
The band is an acronym based on the streets of Greenwood, Archer, and Pine in the historic Greenwood neighborhood of the Wilson brothers’ hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Celebrate the Music. Remember the loss and play some GAP Today.
Over the bext twoo weeks I will be deciding the Fate of the Blog. I am now visually impair and may eventually go blind. Now, I could continue to blog, but WordPress IS NOT making it easy. So Should I continued the Drama? If you want me to try to continue this Blog vote a Like. Another option may be to use my BlogSpot Blog and see gowm that wotks.
I wojteven mention how difficult is wa to yp load the Imagr OMG!
The Door for this Week:
Happy Birthday to me. OK, not my best, but sharing my morning flowers……….
AND a very Happy Mother’s Day to All Of My Friends…
More on my health ans continued recovery…..
More from our recent trip to the SW USA. This time an image from New Mexico: THE CHIRICAHUA:
Doors from the Saguaro National Park:
And A Close-up:
I remember first seeing these Mountains 30 years ago. On a recent trip through New Mexico we decided to stop by Las Cruces to see the Organ Mountains:
I’ll have more views of the Mountains coming soon. For more information on the Ogan Mountains CLICK HERE.
Today I learned that Colorado was rated #1 for voting accessibility and #2 for overall participation.
Colorado, more than just scenery………