Serendipity's posts from February 2021

First, a pandemic. Next, a denial of an fair election and an insurrection. Then, snowmaggedon. Finally, beautiful warm temperatures and spring has sprung! And…

I was searching for a subject for my 52Frames challenge this week of "details" and came across this bag of coins in the back of a drawer. I realized I have not…

This is what we do in West Tennessee. We drive up, wait patiently in line and get our vaccine. I counted 31 cars moved in one hour and fifteen minutes. Sure,…

For the Red Challenge from Gethin Thomas. September, 2020, Memphis Botanic Garden. One of summer's last roses.

I found these very poor slides in with some old documents while searching for something else (serendipity!). As with many other trips and adventures, including…

I played with lights and, my new fave, Snapseed. Took the photos on my camera but used my tablet rather than my phone (Snapseed is only available for mobile…

The snow was soft and powdery here in Rossville, TN, just like we used to have in Wyoming. And so, too, the wind and wind chills - 15 to 20mph, 5 to 10 below…

but since I grew up with yellow and red clay mud, what did you expect? Y'all a rough bunch to ride with. But, I'll keep at it - thanks for the inspiration and…

Three fingers in a cut crystal glass, one cube of ice and a splash of branch water. Lord knows there is no greater reward for living until the end of the day…

This is the way we do Super Bowl Sunday in the Mid South. Actually, I don't care about the football game. I just like the fact that our "bubble" family can get…

Hi, my name is John, and I'm an addict to photo fads, trends and peer pressure. Took my MerryNine 80mm crystal ball(no longer available on Amazon) and my…

aHa Had to go get Smart Photo Editor, and, as Benny Law said, it is indeed addictive. This photo was, at best, marginal, but I can use the filters to "save" it…
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