We have snow again. Not the foot or more that was predicted, but the sandals are back in the closet and the warm clothes aren’t yet put away. Tomorrow is May 1st.
Every author celebrates and promotes the launch of their debut book in different ways. Some take trips around the world, while others stay closer to home. No matter how you celebrate, the first month after your first book baby is born is almost always a blur of activity, usually including readings and book signings at […]Continue reading “A Debut Author’s View Of The First Month by Laura Roettiger — Lauri Fortino’s Frog On A (B)log”
Taken on the peak just behind our house. The first time I took him there a year ago, he could barely make it over a small felled tree. At this point, he’s leaping over everything and runs laps and circles to get in some exercise on this very short climb.
Colorado sky hosting magnificent clouds snow covered divide
Saturday morning, the full moon played peek-a-boo in the western sky
Usually my pictures are taken with the mountains for a backdrop, but I didn’t make it home last night due to events yesterday afternoon and this morning far from home. These shots, which I took through tree branches created a different effect. I like it, even though neither the branches nor the moon are asContinue reading “Full Moon Part One 4/19/19”
Spring photo Spring in 150 words or less? A contest? Sure, I’ll give it a whirl! The Promise of Spring The first warm day brings the promise of hope. Bulbs planted months ago poke through the ground. Colors appear. We bend to admire them, catching the scent of hyacinth. Deep breath, eyes closed. Senses awakened.Continue reading “The Promise of Spring”
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The first two photos are from Tuesday evening. These two photos are from Wednesday evening. Can you see the difference as it waxes to Friday’s full moon?