This little guy was scared out of his hiding place as I accidentally move a dog house while trying to spray an army of ants that were on the attack mode in the eaves of the front porch. He scared me and I scared him. Since I am much larger I started to feel sorry for him. At first I thought he was a baby Western Rattle Snake but after looking closely I realized that he was harmless. Turned him loose the next day after he refused to eat the yummy guppy fish snacks I was trying to give him. Take Care little guy!
Phewwwww! Do those guys stink! I wonder why they call them dogs anyway???
Wrapping up the almost week long show, the house was packed and the audience was attentive and enthusiastic. The show was fabulous and all the hard work of the group was finally coming to an end. At least for now. Can't wait for the next show. Adore Photography is now the official Photographer for Broadway Starz. Way to go Carla Mooshie!!!
How do you take photos with virtually NO light and the light that you do have is strobing? NO FLASH allowed. NO fast long lens. You pray set to bulb, guess and hope you get something. Mom wants to know, "Did you get my daughter in the tornado scene, the one wearing all black?" Well, Not exactly. I kind of like it though.
Broadway Starz is a theater group locally who are masters at training young actors and actresses. These young people and a few adults do a remarkable job. Highly recommended for a fun family outing.
The night before we had visited a grandson who was tenderly caring for grandpas rosebush. As we left he picked a bud and sent it with us. The next day we decided it would be a nice journey on a rainy day to take it to the cemetery and lay it on grandpas grave. This is while we are on our way there.
Rainy drive through Cold Springs, Long Island and We just had to stop so I could get out and take this photo of this charming store. The man in the store with the umbrella turned to look to see what nut was out in the rain taking pictures of his shop.
Great dinner and visit at Tomaso and Franca's house. Soo many years have gone by but when hearts are touched time and distance doesn't mean much. We love all of you.
Okay, well, not breakfast. Mid morning snack, with homemade soppersate and fresh bread and strong chees, tomatoes from the garden with oil and fresh mozarella. What more could you ask for besides wonderful company. Love you Nick and Angelina.
This was our comfy, cozy room in New York. It was in Woodbury, on Long Island. It was a beautiful place with all rooms as suites with sitting rooms, kitchettes, bedrooms and Baths. Very beautiful. The breakfast and dinners were first class. Gourmet food, very nicely presented buffets. Great place to stay.
This guy was in Monroe, North Carolina. When we were leaving Joe and Carol's house we were introduced to him. He was such a handsome guy or was it a beautiful girl???
This little guy was just recovering from a really serious illness. We needed to feed him special food every two or three hours to help get his strength back. He was a very good boy.