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Sun Kissed Sunday

Hope you’re having a…

Adjusted SunKissed…wonderful Sunflower SunDay FunDay

Scrub Jay Way

If you’ve been wondering where Paul’s been, he’s been working on his new yard.

That’s right. I’ve been turning up dirt and staring down weeds. No photo sessions, or traveling around.

SJW1Do I enjoy it? Why yes, I actually do. I have a lot of projects that need to be completed in the near future. Just taking it a day at a time. Is it overwhelming? Not really. It can be when I’m reminded of everything that needs to be done, then it’s like, “Yeah, I know, I’ve ran that through my head about a thousand times.” 

SJW2I’ve named this section of my garden, “Scrub Jay Way.” I’ve had quite a few scrub jays showing up, pouncing on tasty morsels found within my lawn. Instantly, just like that, the name came about. Psychologically speaking, I’m sure it derived from a past reference, one buried within the depths of my brain, and suddenly brought to the bright surface, “Blue Jay Way” from The Beatles. A magical mystery kind of ordeal.


Slow Path

Things are coming to life. Colors are splashing onto the scene. SpringFling3This photo has also been added to the gallery “Free Stock Photos: Spring Fling 2013 Photos.” Be sure to check it out!

Spring Fling

Here’s a few spring fling photos. I’m going to create a new gallery, the “Spring Fling Photos 2013” gallery. Feel free to use them. How’s that sound? Peachy and good. There are some colors coming along down at the old park, blooming and splashing with April just at the corner. I was just about ready to leave, have me another stroll at the park, second one of the day (look at me, eh?), when the clouds above turned on their creaky faucets. Kind of dampened the whole idea, so I’ll be burning off the extra energy at the gym instead. Nothing new there.SpringFling1


Listening to Iggy Pop and James Williamson, mixed with the Seeds.

Plant Stamp

I’m looking forward to spring. 2.19.13:1


Psychoactive chemical compounds are found in a number of cacti. They can change your mood, your perception, your cognition, and really screw with your brain. 2.19.13:2

 Let me tell you something, you bump into this plant here, you’re gonna change within a fraction of a second. Your perception and mood, instantly, drastically changed. Basically going from psychoactive to psychotic in the blink of an eye.






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365 Days Of Great Pics Photography, #342

Here is number 342… 

Autumns Furnace. Vibrant maples exhibit glowing ambers. 

A shallow pool collects falls decaying. 

Dad put this birdhouse up last spring, crooked and all. And the birds left it, crooked and all.