Realizing the only thing crazier than “hearing” the demand “Doodle me! Doodle me!” from uploaded photographs on a computer screen would be to ignore it, I complied. Hence doodle-togs — doodles over photographs. (The “tog” came from “photog.”) Enjoy!
Conjoined carrots, fresh from the farmer’s market earlier that day.
Walking through a huge agricultural field I happened upon a water spigot. (As I wrote in my Photographic Moments post, I do find photo-worthy moments in the oddest of places. Plus, I derive great pleasure in photographing the simple.)
After my mechanic allowed me to take the rubber toy dog home, I named him Hector. My darlin’ daughter was so enamored with him (Hector, not the mechanic, lol) I let her take him. Hector’s place on her car’s dashboard remains, even though she’s changed cars.
Train tracks can been seen as heading into the future knowing it will unfold based on decisions you make and steps you take today, or freaked out because something horrible is going to come down the track and hit you head on. I recommend picking the former.
First couple of times I bought this light, sweet refreshing (though rather homely) fruit, I had no idea what it was. Turns out it’s a tropical fruit called Rambutan.
A creative bike rack adds a bit of color and pizzaz to a utilitarian object.
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