I have several new photos just hung or about to be hung at La Baguette. I am taking a few of these over tomorrow to hang:
|Red Rock Canyon, in the Calico Hills|
|Sunrise, Valley of Fire|
|Atlatal Rock petroglyphs (Valley of Fire) in blackand white|
|Atlatal Rock, Valley of Fire, in living color|
|Red Rock Canyon petroglyphs in black
|Redbud in Red Rock Canyon, near petroglyphs|
|Petroglyphs, Red Rock Canyon|
|Gnarled cedar in Red Rock Canyon|
Attended the Quest for Excellence Conference in Washington, DC this past week. Got home late Wednesday night and still haven’t quite recovered! Here are a few photos I took with my iPhone while in Washington.
|Scarves at an Indian women’s clothing store on Cathedral Ave. in the
Woodley Park area of Washington.
|I ran a couple of times along Rock Creek and
Potomac Parkway. One time a white-tailed deer
bounded out of the woods, across the park and
into the busy street! It was very surprising, hopefully
the deer made it across the street, I couldn’t tell
from my vantage point.
|I liked these colorful row houses on Calvert Street when our group was
walking to dinner.
|We ate Brazilian food at the “Grille from Ipanema.’|
After I got home from Washington, D.C., I had a busy two days in the office. Thursday evening I got out for a walk and snapped this photo of a beautiful sunset.
|Bill in the Calico Hills, Red Rock Canyon, NV|
We returned this afternoon from a trip to Nevada where we were blessed to do some hiking in between meetings at a conference I was attending in Las Vegas. We visited both Red Rock Canyon and Valley of Fire during our trip. It was a great time to be in the beautiful deserts of Nevada, with temperatures relatively cool. We took several hundred photos and will post our Phanfare library of those (or at least SOME of them) this weekend. Flying home today, we heard there were thunderstorms in Oklahoma and after we landed at Will Rogers, we learned there was large hail in Norman, along with a tornado warning. What a greeting! In fact a tornado did hit Norman, with considerable property damage. Certainly made us feel right at home, very quickly . . . .
Having been in the desert all week the lush green of home was very striking. The garden in our back yard was awash in a sea of pale yellow iris. A lovely sight.
|Iris bud in our garden between rains|