For the Daily Prompt: fool.
Happy April Fool’s! I don’t think this little bushtit is a fool. The expression is foolish or distracted but the bird is not foolish. It is wisely having a delicious breakfast in my yard.
Anyone can be captured with a foolish expression or in a foolish moment. Me, too! I love being silly and foolish with my kids and dear friends. My daughter says she can tell when I will be goofy before I say anything, just by my expression.
For this week’s prompt, I am choosing curve. I love the curve of the beach and the shadow and the cliff, all mirroring together.
Attach your favorite examples of curves in photographs and I will list them next week. Have a wonderful Monday. ________________________________________
Last week’s prompt was detail.
Bushboy checks in with a flower detail new to me.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: kite.
The bluffs have small slow slides, trickles of sand coming down, and then larger slides too. The large collapses are complete with trees that come down. The edge of the bluff in this part is full of partial kite shapes.
My daughter and I hiked North Beach yesterday, for my birthday. I am off for two days of vacation. I was trying to identify this bird and didn’t figure it out until I was home. A harlequin duck. What a beauty! But having time with my daughter is the best gift.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: spring.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: weasel.
I don’t have a weasel. I haven’t caught a weasel with my camera. There is a dearth of local weasels. Here is an eagle instead.
This is for Norm2.0’s Thursday doors.
Norm’s photographs today are of 11th century doors, well, I am so jealous. My local door pictures are feeling unsatisfying. I like this door to the ferry though, more of a virtual door, with the ramp up and waiting. I went out this morning and with the cloud cover everything was shades of blues and silvers and greys, except for the wind sock.
I like all the cormorants on the pilings too, waiting to warm up.
For Wordless Wednesday.