LadyBudd

Orange flower in a summer garden.

Come Walk in a Garden

January 2019, the idea of a starting a podcast came to me when I was scanning the news over morning coffee. Ideas are strange things for they come out of nothingness, energizing thoughts into patterns that coalesce into something that appears to have been a natural occurrence. Serendipity seems to be waiting on the sidelinesContinue reading “Come Walk in a Garden”

Change on Change

Welcome to Poetry in the Evening. We are connected to nature in ways that cannot be fully understood. Poetry allows us to explore the relationship with the world around us. “Change on Change’ by Elizabeth Barrett Browning is a poem about lost love and change envisioned through the lens of changing seasons. Love flourished throughContinue reading “Change on Change”

Purple Hydrangeas

Afternoon on a Hill by Edna St. Vincent Millay

This morning, I explored the origins of poetry. Poetry was first heard through voice, rather than read from the pages of a book. It was an oral tradition. Poetry was the record-keeper of human experience, knowledge, and belief systems. As language developed, storytellers traveled from place to place reciting stories and collecting new legends andContinue reading “Afternoon on a Hill by Edna St. Vincent Millay”

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Welcome

Welcome to my Photo Blog!  I have collected many photos over the years – some good, some not so good and some really not so good.  I enjoy photography, especially the automatic point and snap kind, because it captures the essence of a moment in time that we want to remember.  Memories are like old photography paper – they fade and become mellow with time.   I leave the artistry to others, more proficient in the details of the art form.  Welcome to my moments.  Hopefully this will inspire you to leave your footprint in the “pixel sands” of time.

Rebecca

CONNECTING WITH MY WORLD

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Welcome to my Photo Blog

Every day we create history, simply by living. Time moves in one direction – ever forward. The only way to stop time – to crystalize a moment is when we take a photo

Do you remember the places, people, or stories behind the pictures? Photos are a record of the lives we live – they are a cultural reflection of our time in history. They are memories of who we are.