THIS morning I am out walking my dog. I say to Mickey, “We may have to walk a long way today, I have to take ALL my scavenger hunt pictures. Wish me luck, Boy.” We got 4 out of the 5 this morning. On the twilight walk this evening I hope to get the fifth. Try to guess which one was taken late in the day.
I really couldn’t believe how magnificent this turned out. I love how radiant the sun is and how everything has a sparkle when it is free to touch all within its reach with its brilliance. I love the “glitter” on the water. This is the river that runs through my city. It divides Williamsport from South Williamsport. This bridge links the two. I am walking on the top of the dike which has been made into a walkway and a bike trail. It is called River Walk.
This is a business one block from my house. It is a chain across the United States. When I finished my doctoral dissertation in 1996, I went to such a business to have them make the materials I needed to present my findings at conferences. They do nice work! This past Christmas they laminated the ornaments for my Jesse Tree that I downloaded from Ann’s.
This tree is leaning to the left. Sorry, Folks, remember I did this whole hunt in one day. I had to stretch for some of these. My other picture for left was a demolished car at the wreckers. It was what was “left” of the car. I went with the tree.
To find a picture for peace, I went to the cemetery and found this. On my way out of the cemetary, however, God said, “How about this”…and so I defer to the great I AM on this one.
There is a DOUBLE rainbow here. He reminded me, as only He can, of His promise that He would never destroy the earth by a flood again – – a promise of peace.
This nest was hanging from a vein on the side of some fencing. It was just a plain old nest made from what we’d ordinarily expect a nest to be made of. It was not even in fancy surroundings. It was….quite simply…plain. I wonder if birds even think in such terms. I saw a bird’s nest on the ground made with blue threads woven through the brown twigs. I think it was merely available material, but it made me wonder.
Well, that’s it. I hope you had fun. Mickey and I certainly did. Did you guess that the peace picture was the one I got at twilight. If so, you win! I’m headed on over to Ashley’s to check out what others have done.
See you there,
Dawn (with Mickey)