This old derelict building in town was just begging me to shoot it.
No respect for poor Engledink Humperbert (that's what I like to call him).
Snailies in my yard. Such pretty shells!!!
Loved this ship in the Canal. Wonder if it's commercial or private?
Seagull and cormorant not speaking to each other.
The Canadian tanker, Thalassa Desgagnes. Thanks to the marine traffic website, I can track ships I see coming and going in the Canal. This one was headed to Providence the day I shot it.
Scusset Beach packed on a hot summer day.
Wish I was out there!
The water felt sooooo good, although Liz's son thought it was way too cold.
Liz's very bright orange toenail polish.
Cool ship entering the Canal. Looked like a pirate ship! I haven't heard if the Sandwich Marina has been captured.
Then another warm day I wasn't feeling well so I took a walk to get some air. Went down to Buttermilk Bay and started playing with some pebbles on the beach.
Which morphed into this. See? Any surface can be used for art!!!
Also I want to thank Mina at Some Dark Romantic for awarding me the Be Inspired Award! I was bad and I never did answer the questions she tagged me and other bloggers to do, although I wanted to. But my answers were/are sooooo lame so I won't burden you with them.
And a big thank you to Curvy Lady for the Versatile Blogger Award. I'm supposed to again list more factoids about myself but again, I have no idea what to say that hasn't already been said!
Readers, please feel free to take this for yourselves as I would just award them to all of you anyway!! Thanks Mina & C.L.! Love you long time!!!