This sea nettle suggests that you pick one place in you house and label it “safe place”, so when you remember putting something in a safe place, there is only one place it can be.
Okay, it’s not the sea nettle saying this. It’s me.
Fortunately, I eventually found the tax documents.
Toad that just received a well written and comprehensive answer to a completely different question than the one she actually asked.
The streams running through Banff looked like they were full of magical powers. That said, I have read enough fantasy books *and* enough ecology books to know not to drink from them.
Whoever said “show, don’t tell” clearly has never considered plate tectonics as seen in a mountain vs being explained with hand gestures and verbal sound effects.
This tree is old, experienced, and successful at life and wants you to know that being placed into a commission structure in which you are rewarded based on your team’s performance while not having any ability to influence the team’s performance is not something you should worry about it.
There is a reason this tree is successful at life.
These mountains are having a scheduling meeting to lock in the pre-meeting for the team meeting to prepare for the team’s presentation to the division meeting that prepares the division summary for the executive meeting to create the presentation to the board on why the company is having trouble executing and all the other mountains keep saying they’re busy.
In the US, we would have a big sign saying “do not ride your bike up the stairs” with a reference to some legal code and a likely description of the fine. In Canada, they just put a small sign encouraging the activity they want to see.
I want to see some sample Canadian information security policy books now.
I think that people who live in a city are so used to certain structures that they just fade away and they see the new interesting thing that was put in front of them.
For people who do not live in that particular city, though, the styles might look a bit clashy.
I find photographing in cities difficult – mostly because most cities are full of people who do nothing but get in my way.
Not all of the photos were in infrared.
Once upon a time, I visited Paris with an infrared camera.
I didn’t stay long, so the photo set is pretty small.
And stone not-lanterns. I assume this stone did something to offend the garden keeper.
Look! It’s another stone lantern.
The lens works pretty well on stone lanterns though.
I like the look that the LensBaby lenses give you, but it’s extremely hard to track a moving animal with them. The squirrel isn’t posed as I’d like, but this is the best that can be done most of the time.
Did you know that Vancouver has lion turtles?
I do not remember if I have posted this set before. In the last two years, I have had numerous photo processing failures, involving software, disks, and laptops. Thankfully, I have had good backups. There were also network issues, server issues, numerous time management issues and many other competing priorities. I processed this particular set at least three times.
But here you are – a stone lantern.
Sometimes I play with my LensBaby lens. Sometimes it works out.
My French isn’t that great, but I’m pretty sure this sign says “Do not re-elect Mitch McConnell as Senate Majority Leader”.
The yellow mongoose believes that karma will address the humans’ destruction of the wild.
The yellow mongoose also carries rabies because sometimes karma needs a little help.