A shopping centre was destroyed by a bomb yesterday. One side says the shopping centre was empty and the detonatation was due to location of enemy weapons supplied by the western powers. The other side says says 1000 people were situated in the centre when the bomb hit. And when asked about the veracity of… Continue reading On Ukraine
Imagine if you had a box, and it could contain anything, anything at all. But the contents are things that one can not pick up. What would be in your box? This was an excercise given to primary school children, aged 7- 12 years.
Maybe I’m addicted to writing. If so, there are no adverse effects that I have found. The barrier to entry is low. The cost is trivial. The benefits of writing are enormous.
Recently, the Home by the Sea had an addition beneath our feet. Instead of the verdant grassy backyard of our dreams, a patchy, weed-ridden excuse for a lawn evolved crying out for weekly attention. Attention the M.o.t.h. (Man of the House), neglected to allot, so we thought it might be time to look at options.… Continue reading Beneath My Feet-Friendly Friday Blog Challenge and Photography tips
How's your 2022 shaping up? I haven't seen its best face, so far. Not by a long shot. Scarborough, Australia at Sunrise Even so, there's always a sense of serenity to be found, in a Scarborough beach sunrise. Australia is blessed with a multitude of beaches. They're a perfect place for contemplation - the rhythmic… Continue reading Friendly Friday Challenge – Searching for Serenity
Do you keep in mind the "Rule of Thirds," when you take photographs? For the first Friendly Friday Photo Challenge prompt for 2022, Sarah, from Travel with Me asks just that question. Viewfinder Camera Grids I do like to enable the viewfinder grid on my SLR camera, so that I have rule in the forefront… Continue reading Friendly Friday Challenge – Rule of Thirds