This picture doesn’t seem like much but I love looking at these and reading Moms words about how much she enjoyed her times here.
Moms words: this is the Gelato cafe that we like to visit on a summer evening when in that area, – this is out front of the Aberdeen Mall, opposite the Starbucks coffee shop in the other image. You can see the Gelato selections reflected in the glass “overhang” at top of image, the gelato is in the clear plastic topped showcase/cooler to the right of the image.
There’s another nice Gelato cafe in the area where my daughter lives, so we visit that one when there 🙂 we “try” to be good and choose the fruit based sorbets & frozen yogurts rather than the ice creams. they are all “oh so good”.
Moms comment: Bald Eagle on a treetop, taken from far away with telephoto lens on 400mm, – he was high up also.
You can see his tongue in this one : )
At one point there was a lot of screeching going on from this Eagle. The great blue herons were going crazy, also making a Lot of noise, in fright.
Moms words: white foxgloves that remind me of white wedding bells and some wildflowers growing beside them, upper border on our front patio. The foxgloves have grown very tall this year and we’ve really enjoyed them. Captured from open front window.
Moms Words: another capture of the baby raccoon, who has the mama that is blind. As of today (24th June) they are still around, as hubby saw them both twice, but I missed them today.
captured from the open front window while it and its mama were at the water bath/fountain on the front patio again.
Moms words: here’s the blind Mama raccoon again, drinking at our water fountain on the front patio, early February. She has been visiting us each morning for several weeks, but we didn’t see her here today.
Moms words: beautiful Cedar Waxwing checking out our front patio. captured from open front window with telephoto lens. Believe this is the female of the pair that visited yesterday
I love this picture. Taken outside my place on my Daughters Graduation. Both my Gramma and my Mother gone now 😦
moms words: me and some of my family outside my daughter’s home, just before Jess left for the Prom. There are 3 generations here, but my daughter took the photo, so she wasn’t in it, and I didn’t think at the time to get a 4 generation pic of us all together. Jess and her great grandma aged 94, my oldest Grandson Shane, my little sister and me, holding the camera of course 🙂 Didn’t realize how dark my prescription lenses of my glasses go, when out in the sunlight. (they are those transitions lenses that go back to normal when indoors