Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Monday, October 20, 2014
Red is one of the predominately Fall colors that indicate that colder days are soon to be upon us with leafless trees to look upon. So for Ruby Tuesday Too, we look at our side yard and see fiery red leaves - not on a grand maple or oak tree, but some weedy tree providing seriously ruby red leaves. Generally, I would like these weeds cleared out, but will be happy to wait until Spring...
Sunday, October 19, 2014
The color pink is in the air in Seymour Connecticut, and their downtown windows contain plenty of that pastel and make a fine subject for Toby's meme Whimsical Windows/Delirious Doors. The color was showcased on Wednesday as small town Seymour celebrated the annual Pink Day. Seymour Pink was founded in 2009 as a fundraising effort in fighting against breast cancer. And on a personal note, the organization has been a tremendous help to Patti during and after she was dealing with it herself in 2011. Pink is a great color, the windows not so much delirious as delightful!
Saturday, October 18, 2014
For Shadow Shot Sunday 2 we are looking at an old train trestle that spans the Housatonic River between the old downtowns of Derby and Shelton CCT. The lovely Patti (who is taller than me :) captured this iron bridge on an August day from the footbridge along the Derby Greenway. The trains rarely cross these days, so its usefulness is better as classical industrial design that allows for shadowy art...
Friday, October 17, 2014
Our Alcam LLC finally has a website, and the 'home' page looks like this screen shot
It's not we expect a windfall from the mere presence a web site that needs to be promoted, but really a concession that should we want business, we have to do the promoting of our Alcam LLC ourselves.
Side jobs for writing, editing/layout, administrative and photo scanning (and not limited to just those) are appreciated, and like any business - we are repeatedly one customer short. All the time...
The site looks fine says I, with an obvious bias. So - please take a look and let us know what you think!