The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Basically One Color or Hue.
Walking around on dredger tailings like the ones on Mississippi Bar, you see an awful lot of rocks. Most of them are pretty unremarkable at first glance; of course, you could spend a lifetime sifting through these rocks and finding interesting colors and shapes. Traveling over the rock piles can be tricky — if you don’t watch your step it’s […]
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week.
Coloma’s historic Pioneer Cemetery sits halfway up the hill between Highway 49 and the Marshall monument.
Over the years, I’ve come across quite a wide variety of stuff while hiking around Lake Natoma and my neighborhood; aside from the obvious food and drink trash that some people (sadly) leave behind, I’ve seen shoes, toys, game score cards, men’s suspenders (aka braces), a wheelbarrow, a coaster wagon, and various items of clothing. Sometimes it seems fairly obvious […]
All my life I’ve heard the expression of putting someone “through the wringer,” and while I knew what it meant and where it originated, I’ve never actually seen a clothes wringer in action. For several decades, wringers were standard equipment on washing machines, but the only place I had ever seen one was on the miniature red plastic washing machine […]