Saturday, February 17, 2024



 The Grapefruit.


                                                                            The Tree

                     I live somewhat close to Area 51. It is always a hoot to bring it into any story.

               Son brought in one Grapefruit from the tree that was almost killed several winters ago
                          after a Hard Freeze. I had it trimmed and left it alone to grow.Maybe ?

Unpacking several weird and wonderful items from my old studio.

                                                              Quick dinner one day.

OK,,, here it is looking from the pool into my new studio window, past the Hidden Garden to be.
Reflections of the Catalina Mountains and looking up to the narrow window at the top of the south wall.
                                                       I love reflection photos !
            Kitchen widow reflection of Kitchen nook and light, reflection and (old) studio door.

                                                                The very Gud Dugs !
                                                                       Cheers, parsnip


Saturday, February 3, 2024

Still Winter with much needed rain.


I have been sitting at my new desk in the new studio and watching the storm.
Lots of wind, rain, snow and hail



                                 Year of The Dragon... If you look in the middle of the photo the Dragon
                                            is rising up from the mountain with smoke and fire.



Young male Javelina. He has been kicked out of the herd by the leader. It always breaks my heart because as a single they are easy prey to all the evil awful "people" who like to shot and kill them. 
They drag them around behind their cheap destroyed Toyota trucks. and whoop. 
                          I hope he can find another Javelina and form a new pack family.


                                        Strange and wonderful candy that Granddaughter likes !

                                                                     cheers, parsnip