Saturday, January 21, 2017

The Stalk-er

I was intrigued by this man's sprig or better said, stalk of celery...  Was it an attention getter, was he a Vegan liking to keep snacks at hand, or maybe trying to start a fad?

Shoulda asked....

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS---the hallway on Third Avenue

 
I noticed this lovely hallway while walking along Third Avenue here in Seattle.
 
See other reflections on James' WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.

Friday, January 20, 2017

Yes, we have bananas!

Bananas grow on trees here in Seattle....sort of. 

This photo goes out to Gaelyn Olmsted who posted a photo of something sort of... strange hanging on a tree the other day on Facebook.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Our national bird

 
Here he is, the American Bald Eagle.
 
Benjamin Franklin did not like the eagle. He said that it was a bird of 'bad moral character' and 'did not make a living honestly' because he often steals other birds' prey.  Hmm....I will refrain from making any remarks regarding Friday's inauguration.


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Sonic Blooms

These 'flowers' bloom all year 'round at Seattle Center and they're called Sonic Blooms.

You approach them and they hum in various tones. I had the impression of walking through a garden of Buddhist temples....

And they remind me in a way of melodic Tryffids....

Monday, January 16, 2017

Yankee in Belgrade Meets Susie of Arabia

 
I took the ferry from Seattle to Bremerton to meet Susie of Arabia, who was spending the holidays at her brother's in Gig Harbor.
 
 
We got along great and I'm sorry we couldn't spend more time together.
 
 
If you're wondering about the animals, we had lunch at a diner called Noah's Ark....
 
 
The four of us intrigued the little girl peering through the door.
 
Check out one of Susie's blogs, Jeddah Daily Photo, that you'll find on the sidebar on the right.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS--ON THE FERRY


Took the ferry to Bremerton last week to meet up with another yet-unknown to me blogger....photo tomorrow.

This young man was seated inside across the deck from me, and his reflective shadow caught my eye, along with the light's reflections on the window.

See other reflections on WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.