While I was at the Mayo Clinic last Fall, some of my neighbors decided that I needed a more accessible Front Entrance:
At first I thought how wonderful my neighbors are! But I felt that perhaps my mom-in-law and my neighbor from across the street (whose husband designed and organized the Project) might need it more that me, But with recent snows that we had I learned to appreciate my hsnd rsils. Sometimes other people know what you need before you recognize what you need!
We arrived home safe and sound last night. After being stopped by a storm and multiple accidents in NM the day before, with clear rods and skies we decided to make the ~600 mile drive from Galllup, NM to Boulder County last night. Had some snow on the way, but less than an inch and easily drivable.
No, this wasn’t the snow that greeted us last night. This image is from a late snow last Spring. But still a very comforting view of Home……..
The Actual Equinox was this morning. But on the evening of the Equinox the Sun shines though a window in our Living Room vaulted ceiling, all the way across the house to out Family Room and hits the Fireplace:
Organizing my cameras again, I found two of my 35 mm cameras had been put away with partially exposed rolls of film. So I took them out to finish the rolls for the #camerachallenge. : one Portra 400 and one HP5. So I have both color and B&W to share:
My Arcosanti Bell
For me, Shadow often means Light! To make a Shadow you need the Light
View of Shadows in the same Window a few hours apart. Shadows move and change with the Light.
My Home has a lot of windows….so I have a lot of Shadows Indoors.
But there are Shadows outside as well. Above: what would I do without my satellite television. Below: A tree and it’s shadow on a neighbor’s house.