ATTICUS AND THE RED HOT POKERS

Yet another corner of Thea's garden, seen from our breakfast table.

 

OUR SKY

Thea and I went for a drive this evening, looking for iPhone photo ops. This one, though, I shot just before getting in the car. This is the view from our yard, looking past the Picuris Mountains toward Truchas.

 

NIGHTFALL

This was the view from my office window, Friday evening.

More tomorrow…

 

MORNING AFTER

8:03 AM, MARZO 09, 2016 CIUDAD DE MÉXICO

This morning at eight o'clock, I opened one eye, and through my hotel window, this is what greeted me! What a nice way to start a day!

Hasta luego,

 

PUERTO VALLARTA 7:11 am

PUERTO VALLARTA 7:11 am / iPhone 6s Plus

The view from my window yesterday morning. I'm still working on the surprise, believe me. If I ever get it done, it will be a surprise, for sure.

PUERTO VALLARTA 7:11 am / iPhone 6s Plus / Snapseed

And here's tonight's sunset view from the balcony, at 7:14 pm. Meanwhile, you'll just have to excuse me, the conversation is getting interesting, and I wouldn't want to miss a single tall tale, nor a chance to tell one or two of my own. Stories are flying around this Airbnb from all around the world!

Hasta mañana.

 

NOT A SELFIE!

NOT A SELFIE! / Thea Swengel / iPad Air 2 / Snapseed

Honest, that's not a selfie. Thea took it in Albuqurque's 66 Diner, where we were having an early bite before heading to our hotel room for an early bedtime. I fly out tomorrow, on my way to Puerto Vallarta, where it's predicted to be 82 degrees tomorrow! I'm ready for that!

We had a nice day in Santa Fe, beginning with a nice, long visit with Ann. The day was beautiful (as long as we were looking out through windows.) this was the view from our bedroom this morning…

MORNING VISTA / iPhone6sPlus / Snapseed

There was a cold breeze blowing, though, by the time we got into town to meet our dear friends, Gari Smith and Kayce Verde for lunch and a nice long visit, followed by a bit of shopping and a leisurely drive to Albuquerque.

Time now to publish this post, charge my iPhone and iPad, check all my packing and get some shut-eye.

Hasta mañana.

 

AUTUMN MEMORIES

 

EL PRADO AUTUMN / iPhone 6+ / PhotoForge2

Well, that snow a couple of days ago didn't last very long. The color hasn't returned, but I do have a couple of recent shots that I've been wanting to share with you from the days leading up to this current cold snap.

THEA'S GARDEN FROM THE OFFICE WINDOW / iPhone 6+ / PhotoForge2

I hope you enjoy them.

Hasta mañana.

 

SURE ENOUGH

WINDOW REDO / iPhone 6+ / PhotoForge 2

Brrrr. Same view this morning, but quite different than yesterday's image. It's like the scene got photoshopped – by nature.

By the way, I finally got to the bottom of the preview problem with my KACHINAS book. Blurb previews don't work properly on iPads. Probably because iPads don't do Flash. It is working fine on PCs and Macs, though.

If you haven't already, click on this link and have a look:

http://www.blurb.com/search/site_search?search=KACHINAS+Farnsworth

Hasta mañana.

 

 

MORNING MEMORY

When I awoke this morning, I looked out our bedroom window, as I do every morning. But this morning I did something else. I reached for my iPhone and took this snapshot while still in bed. Not much of a photograph, but still a darned pretty picture. Proof again of Chase Jarvis's saying, “the best camera is the camera you have with you”.

We're expecting a cold turn in the weather, with snow on the way. All this color will be just a memory before we know it.

Hmmm, it's Springtime in Buenos Aires…

Hasta mañana.

 

GOOD DAY FOR A WALK / Daily Painting #1368

Good Day for a Walk / Watercolor / 7 x 10 Inches

A view from our kitchen window, with a neighbor and her dog out for a walk around the neighborhood.

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