I’m always fascinated with majestic Willow Trees. I had planted one at my old house that I’ve moved from and loved driving by when back in town to see its growth over time. One day I heard from a friend that it was cut down. I don’t drive by anymore because my soul is too weepy over it. :-(
Too bad the power lines are in the way.
We visited a house in Spanish Fork, UT and this was the view from the back of the house – magical woods. I love the graininess achieved in processing.
This is a variant of a similar photo I posted last week. This one is horizontal, the other one is vertical, and they differ a little in processing – this one in cooler tones, the other in warmer tones. I like the other one the best, but I didn’t want to duplicate it since I already posted :-).
This is pretty much the scene to expect every time we walk into Mark’s daughter’s house. The kiddos start crawling all over him and giving him “the beat-ups”!
So inquisitive. So cute. I could just eat him up!
(Not a great quality photo – I took it while the car was moving, and it’s a zoom from my iPhone, which lowers the quality.)
Anyways, every year the Hare Krishnas put on the Festival of Colors at the Lotus temple to welcome in Spring. If you click the link you can watch a video. Every two hours the masses throw bags of ground colored chalk into the air and at each other. Mark and I were a couple of miles above the temple on a hill and saw all the clouds of colors hovering above the temple. My step-daughter went with her friends.
Here is what the kids looked like when we picked them up:
Happy Friday to you!
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