I took this distant family shot zoomed out and saved the identification for today: a family of hooded mergansers. The feathered hoods are tucked back and this is in the early morning.
Good morning and welcome to Mundane Monday #163: rectangle. What is your take on rectangles, what perspective lifts them out of the mundane and makes a magical photograph?
And what the heck are these anyhow?
Link your post and I will list them next Monday.
From last week Mundane Monday #162: blue we have:
—- K.L.Allendorfer: sky and water!
This Hudson Bay blanket has a wide black stripe… but only one of these is a stripe.
Blogging from A to Z, happy things. M for music, music, music!
My father and sister and I had a chance to record some of the family songs. This one is called Down by the Sally Gardens. My parents used to sing the duet.
May you have a joyous Monday!
For yesterday’s Daily Prompt: incubate.
Taken in February 2011. One thing I loved about synchronized swimming is that our older girls worked and played with the younger ones.
And here is my daughter and another teammate posing for one of the younger girls to take a picture: their smiles are much bigger and more spontaneous than when they pose for us!
Normal chaos, 2010.
For the Daily Prompt: wrinkle.
Unstaged, messy, daily life is wrinkled and joyous and unpredictable.