It was a weekend of anniversary celebration for us, not sports. The runners are at rest beside the treadmill, waiting for life to return to normal.
(I’ve been away from my laptop for the weekend, but still following the daily CY365 prompts. The photos for June 2,3,4 are post-dated as published for the day of their corresponding prompt.)
This was one of the sugar cookie favors from our church women’s Volunteer Thank You Brunch this morning. The other cookies were just as cute, the thanks was greatly appreciated, and the food was delicious!
I took the Skytrain into the city today and photogaphed these highrises through the window of the train. There were many more like them along the way.
This challenge was easy. There’s a lot of artistry displayed around our town. I especially love murals and the ones painted in the trompe-l’oeil style, as this one is, are some of my favorites.
I’ve never gone out with the express purpose of photographing a silhouette. I discovered it’s hard to get any kind of silhouette in the middle of a sunny day, not to speak of a good one. This was the best I did. Later I looked up “silhouette in photography” and found a helpful article: “14 Tips for Shooting Stunning Silhouettes” .
In addition to this photo being in my Capture Your 365 series, it is also linked to this week’s The Daily Post photo challenge: “evanescent” – Show us a moment in time that has meaning for you.
Listening to old musical favourites always puts me in a space of “much younger”–those illusive years that in some ways don’t seem far away at all, in others seem forever ago. And with Spotify, my favourite music streaming service, I can enjoy these old favourites without even cranking up the turntable!