Thursday, December 2, 2010

Memories of summer....

 The husband inherited my previous camera.... to take pictures with at work....he wanted a picture printed from it tonight, and when I loaded them, I found a bunch of pictures I'd forgotten all about ~ lost and lonely trapped inside a camera.... that can't be right. So let's harken back to warmer days... just for a moment.
(But right after you have to shake it off and embrace winter, it's December now; time to get your jingle bells on and shake em!! :))))))

This was taken at the Maritime Academy in Buzzards Bay, right at one end of the Cape Cod Canal.


This is looking the other way. That's the train bridge, with the Bourne Bridge in the distance.

This is was happens when you put big dogs in a small car.... they ooze out the sides!

He doesn't seem to mind too much!
This is up the road from our house, it's a light house, but i cut off it's top, it's not easy to take pictures and drive at the same time you know!

O.K. then.... that's it for now..... 
Back to reality.


6 comments:

  1. I love those pictures. The first two could have been taken recently. They don't look summer-like, but that's probably because of the colour. Blue-ish is a winter-colour.
    The ones with Marley trying to get fresh air is lovely.

    ReplyDelete
  2. It was fog engulfing a summer night... but i agree they do look "wintery".... pretty appropriate then actually! :))))

    ReplyDelete
  3. Kind words like yours really do help.

    Thanks so much and I love the pooch out the window. When my Una dog (big white shepherd) used to ride in my VW Cabrio she took up the entire car. Her head out one side, her tail out the other.

    Love,

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

    ReplyDelete
  4. Marley wishes he had the whole backseat to himself... he has to share with his sister Ava, cuz if one St Bernard is good, two is better! :)
    I am going to look for a few of your friend's books, so I can better appreciate your story and her works...

    ReplyDelete
  5. "objects in mirror are closer than they appear"...very true!! ~(o:

    ReplyDelete