There’s nothing more weightless than a childhood summer.
Hundreds of delicious, cheap, perfect circles. What are you waiting for? In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle.
Everyone’s got a watchful eye on something different.
In New York City, construction imposes many boundaries. For more photos of New York City, check out my photo series As Seen in NYC or my city travel post.
In winter, a weather vane and the forest become monochromatic.
Half avocado-pear-porcupine, half garlic-gourd-brussels sprout. I think I’ll pass on both. Part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Half and Half.
I wonder how Joan Cusack would feel about her name being included in a mishmash of graffiti and Starbucks stickers and peeling paint. Taken on Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia. For more doors from around the world, check out Norm’s Thursday Doors linkup or the Weekly Photo Challenge: Door.
In the off-season, these go unused, untouched, unloved, waiting for warmth.
If I ever had to explain myself for shooting this photo, I’d probably mention how stunningly vivid the woman’s skirt is. How could I not capture it?
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken.