Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Wordless Wednesday - Parade Favorites

These big but gentle equines marched in Sunday's 2015 Memorial Day parade in our small city of Ansonia CT. Beautiful, docile and mannerly, these horses are always attract applause...see WW and WW

Monday, May 25, 2015

Whimsical Windows - Memorial Day in Ansonia

For the architectural meme Whimsical Windows/Delirious Doors, there is today instead of whimsy a bit of reflection - the lovely Patti captured he Ansonia (CT) city hall yesterday, prior to our annual Memorial Day Parade. Simple and eloquent, the reviewing stand is awaiting the veterans who will soon review the parade participants. We all need to honor those who had fought on behalf of our nation - and us too...

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Shadow Shot Sunday - Spring sun

It is a glorious Spring day in the Ansonia Uplands, if quite chilly (54°F / 13°C) for 23 May, with lots of sun. 

As we are awaiting for someone to haul away our old queen size bed (mattress, headboard, etc.), I found mundane subjects for Shadow Shot Sunday 2 as I wheeled around the driveway. 

Using my old cheap Droid phone camera, the driveway contained bold shadows of the Grand Caravan (and myself in my 'directors chair), and the old Malibu quite nicely - these pixelated views are a mere 30 minutes old. 

It will be sunny and 75°F tomorrow...a better representation of the season!

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Wordless Wednesday - The Graduate(s)

Our daughter graduated (again) on Saturday, this time for her Master's in Education. She will make a fine teacher...a nine year journey is continues onward...see WW and WW

2015, Sacred Heart University
2010, University of Hartford
2006, Ansonia High School

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Whimsical Windows - Sanctuary Stained Glass

For this week's meme Whimsical Windows/Delirious Doors, I look again to our house of worship, the First Congregational Church of Derby (CT). In an early 20th Century room addition to the original 1842 sanctuary, there are cool stained glass windows that are odd in this style of church as the original Puritans strove to never adorn their plain churches, which may have been the style in the 1700s - but not in 1901. A style with spiritual overtones...