March 11, 2013 § Leave a Comment
Afternoon Sea © Lynn Wiles 2013
To celebrate Daylight Savings Time, we made plans to go to the sea. Since this happened two days after the most recent big storm, I wasn’t sure what we would find. The waves were bigger at this usually calm beach.
Seagull Smorgasbord © Lynn Wiles 2013
I have never seen quite so many sea creatures washed up. The seagulls couldn’t even eat them all. Photos of what we found will be coming up in the next few days.
It was nice having the sun set an hour later, but not nice waking up one hour earlier and yes, I’ve had a lot of tea.
March 6, 2013 § Leave a Comment
The Houses Across the Lake © Lynn Wiles 2013
Big houses on the lake, looking tiny compared to the sky reflecting on the now ice free lake, as we prepare for our next big winter storm. Click on image for a larger view.
January 14, 2013 § 6 Comments
Frozen Steam © Lynn Wiles 2013
The steam from the smokestacks frozen and suspended in the air or not.
December 14, 2012 § 2 Comments
October 14, 2012 § 4 Comments
Indestructible © Lynn Wiles 2012
After posting so many things from a cemetery, I thought I’d post something that never seems to die – Japanese Knotweed. Even though it might look pretty with a pale blue sky and puffy cloud background, does anyone know how to get rid of this nasty invasive species? I read that pouring Tabasco Sauce down it’s roots will eliminate it, but even that did not work.
September 20, 2012 § 6 Comments
Before Sunrise © Lynn Wiles 2012
I have rarely found myself awake before sunrise, with a view east to the sea, but that’s what happened on Tuesday morning.
September 7, 2012 § 2 Comments
Sunny and Dark © Lynn Wiles 2012
Followers of this blog know that I love the phenomenon of sunlight and dark skies and that when it happens, I am known to either not have my camera with me or that I am in a not very photogenic spot. The latter was true this day, so I went to the best place I could find before it all disappeared.
August 15, 2012 § 4 Comments
We are about to get some nasty rain storms, but the other day the clouds were wispy as can be.
The twins floated across the sky.
Wispy Day images © Lynn Wiles 2012