|One of the artists there is Tami Booher. In this photo, her art is hanging outside the community tent while she does some face painting.|
The third correction is that the several big panels that were hanging in West Liberty were done by students! I read about it in the weekly newspaper. Bravo again! (One is included in post #103.)
Now two links. I guess these could be connected to POLITICS. The first link is to a column by Charles Blow, from the New York Times: Charles Blow's Don't Mess with Big Bird. So personal and so well written.
The other link just arrived today in an email, and it has to do with the on-going effort to provide clean water for people who actually live in Appalachia and who have been paying a high price for rogue coal removal methods. However, since we all live downstream, this is important news for our common future. Here is the link: KFTC - water protection progress!!
Now for some snaps with my point and shoot, since, sorry to say, I don't always have my Canon with me.... Anyway, recently I found out who owns this house that I often photograph. When I saw these horses by the road as I passed the house on my way home from town, I couldn't resist stopping.
|I like the dappled mane that comes from shadows. The burrs in their manes make me think they look like unicorns!|
I have saved the next photo for last. I love it. I had driven off with this creature on my windshield, and not having my Canon with me forced me to figure out how to do a macro shot with the point and shoot. By the time I stopped and took one photo, my passenger decided to move on, so this is the only version. I am glad I didn't give up before getting it.
Next week, some cardinal fledglings and some flickers. Here's to random acts of wonder.