Friday, April 03, 2020
One may ask, "why did they put a stop sign in the middle of an open field?"
One of the nice things living in Georgetown is that the area is not yet gentrified. A lot of open spaces. Soon these flowers will be replaced by ugly uniformed houses that will all look alike. So I'm going to enjoy what the nature has to offer for the time being.
Taken two weeks ago before the Stay-Home mandate was put in place. Hope your day is going well.
Sunday, March 29, 2020
Friday, March 27, 2020
We've been holed up for almost two weeks now. Yesterday our County issued a Stay-At-Home Order, which means only essential activities are allowed outside. The image was taken last week when the order wasn't issued yet so Rose and I had a chance to go for a walk in our neighborhood. Right now, the area is mostly empty lots and wild flowers. The wild flowers above are a variety of Pink Evening Primrose that grows in Central Texas. It is a small purple or pink flower with a hollow, white-to-yellow center. The flowers are most active between the months of February to May.
Friday, February 21, 2020
I got the iPhone 11 Pro for Christmas so I am still learning to use the features. I just realized that it has a cool feature called Night Mode. As the name implies, it takes long exposures of night or dark images. The image was captured hand held for about 3 seconds. Even then it produced a rather sharp image. Must be the Apple's algorithm. Cool stuff. This iPhone is a keeper.
Taken from our backyard porch. The houses are not ours but from our rich neighbors.
Hope you are having a good day.