This week’s challenge is Twisted. My fellow blogger Susan Goffe has given a marvelous example, of the “love bush.” There are indeed many examples in nature. Also, I think, the twists and turns of discussions, deliberations…and the “curve balls” life sometimes throws you.
Focus is an essential part of photography, you might say – along with the use of light. Sometimes a blurred focus can be just as interesting as a sharp one, so in these few photos I have included a mix of the two. In the blurry ones, there is often movement.
I love the Weekly Photo Challenge, as it gives me an excuse to dig into my photo archives and revisit some moments that I had half-forgotten. One of these times was the visit of the Dance Theater of Harlem to Jamaica in May, 2012. I immediately thought of dancers when I saw the word “graceful” … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Graceful – Dancers, Brides and Trees
Yes, summer is definitely here. Gusty winds, the sun burning grass, and the birds are frequent visitors to our bird bath. And a huge cloud of Saharan dust blowing across the Atlantic from West Africa… The Petchary – my namesake, and a summer visitor – is snapping at the other birds on the telephone wire. … More Summer Sunday turns to Monday
My dear followers: My weekly review of Jamaican news – the good, the bad and the ugly – will appear tomorrow, not today. The last few days have been a cultural feast – the Dance Theater of Harlem, Calabash Literary Festival and today’s Festival of the Dancing Child (9 am to 3 pm at the … More Sunday will be Monday, this week