I think it would be fascinating to learn where each of these trees originally came from; there’s an awful lot of them flowing downriver this year and settling along the shoreline.
I noticed this homemade structure sitting in the front yard of a neighbor’s house as I was out walking the dog. I’m not exactly sure of its function — it couldn’t be a barbecue, and it doesn’t really look like a fish-cleaning station either. But it definitely caught my eye and I had to grab a picture.
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week: Lines can either be straight or crooked. Angles and lines can be connected together which will give us angles. Sometimes you might just find a lot of angles. Top of the pyramid, San Francisco Golden 1 Center, Sacramento: Bastion stairs, Sutter’s Fort
My entry for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Texture. Everything has some kind of texture, so this topic is wide open for interpretation and this week is all about how it feels to touch.