I was scrolling through the 12,000 photos on my iMac and I could only find two that I considered worthy of WordPress. A year ago, I set myself the project to delete the duplicate photos, the bad photos, the 5,000 photos of my grandson at age one. So far, not done. None of my photos are organized, and thus another project gets on the list. My current project is to learn how to do WordPress so that it does not take me 30 minutes to post something.
This photo was taken at a festival in Japantown in San Francisco.
Teacups waiting for a tea party.
To see more of Cee’s Photo Challenge, go to: http://ceenphotography.com/2015/10/06/cees-fun-foto-challenge-anything-man-made/
This is a “first day cover”. Alan Blackman is a calligrapher, who over many years, collected first day covers, stamps that you have sent to yourself from the city where they are first issued. At first, he just addressed them plainly. Then he realized he could make his name and address fit with the theme on the stamp. His website is fascinating. I was at an exhibit of his work at the San Francisco Public Library. If you live in the area, and if you like art, this is really worthwhile and it is free.
Here is the link to Cee’s challenge: http://ceenphotography.com/2015/10/04/cees-odd-ball-photo-challenge-2015-week-40/
I went to the African violet show in San Francisco. The members of the African violet club had wonderful plants for sale that they had grown themselves. They had so much passion about their subject that I was totally energized!!
Does anyone know the name of this cloud formation?