Thursday, June 17, 2010



I should really think about a new post.

Saturday, November 07, 2009


Horseshoe Falls, view from Canada, November 1, 2009

Ben and Meghan at Glen Falls Park, Williamsville, NY, November 2, 2009

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Halloween in the Cemetery

Cemetary in Clarence, New York; 2009

Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Sunset on Art Hill, Forest Park, St. Louis; August 2009

Monday, October 26, 2009


Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park (The Arch Grounds); St. Louis, Missouri, October 2009

Sunday, October 25, 2009

I'M BA-A-A-A-CK (for now)

After dusting the place, opening the windows and airing it out, I've decided to stay, for a little bit. I'm still thinking about moving.

But in the meantime, I'd like to share with you the autumn we've been having. I couldn't decide between the photo above, and the one below. So I decided to go with both.

As I was walking around the Arch grounds this weekend, I ventured into the museum at the base of the Arch. There, I found out that it turns 45 this week; October 28. There was even birthday cake being offered for the weekend visitors.

Isn't is great that for it's 45th autumn, the Arch and the area around it are so colorful.

The photos above and below are a little "postcardie", but I still like them

And I didn't spend all of my time down at the Arch. The colors in my neighborhood are just as great; although photographing them can be more challenging; what with overhead powerlines and all. But I did manage to dodge most of them.

This is not my house, but near by.

I could avoid most of the powerlines, but not the parked cars.

City Hall.

The local fishing hole; Walker Pond in Kirkwood Park.

And that concludes today's autumn walk. There may be more. Or not. Who knows. But I'll leave you with this one:

Saturday, August 15, 2009


This couple......

Jenni and Tim, on or near February 26, 2010* will become the proud parents of this person

Yes. This is the first picture that I posted of my first grandchild.

*or on or near March 5, 2010 if you are using a metric calendar.