Cycles of circles
Universe of spiraling
|A little closer look|
|Mario's poor zinc boat planter needs some love|
|This shoreline always captivates me|
|Nice spot for a cool beer|
|We've had so much rain even the rocks are sprouting|
|Resting between swoops|
|Nope, not walking any farther today.|
|If you can guess who this is, you know your Culebra!|
There was some good singing going on.
|A little bit of wave action after the ferry had passed by|
|Good night, dear Sol. Turning in early is a good thing sometimes.|
|The moon still hanging around at 8 a.m. ish|
|Nope, not crystal clear but another kind of magic|
|Do I want to see every rock painted? No I do not!|
But a little subtle whimsy along the way? Oh yes.
You can't really tell from this photo but the mustache is a glittery silver.
|With some brush cleared out, this view opened up along the road|
Someone has some really long arms.
|This was mainly made because I'd grown the tomatoes.|
|And the basil too.|
|There is still beauty in the subtleness of muted light|
|Some wind acton going on!|
...a fruit-bearing tree in the soapberry family Sapindaceae, native or naturalized across the New World tropics including South and Central America, and parts of the Caribbean." source: Wikipedia
|This one happened to be double seeded|
|Which means double eating pleasure!|
|Dummies & Co. ~ StoryFest Edition ~7/14 Friday, @ The PIT Loft w/ Powder Jacobs, Becca Beberaggi, Rob Penty, Ann Ashton!!|
|The sun finally made its way elsewhere|
|Colors deepened with oncoming darkness|
|July full moon in Maine from years back|
I am not in Maine, but the moon is still there.
|So many of the flowering trees are going crazy with blooms this year.|
|Every year, these yolas and their forms go deeper into the bush.|
I don't know their story, but I'd like to know.
|The mangoes are almost all gone around the island.|
It was a bumper crop year.
|Just a couple of birds having a sundowner chat|
|Full moon tomorrow night!|
|Another view of another view|
|I can get drunk on the colors of blossoms|
|Sometimes I really regret that I forgot to be a geologist.|
And sometimes, the mystery is the best part.
|Can you count how many rocks of ages are in this photo?|
|Trying to catch a wave|
|Remember Jane's Hound Dog? Now happily living with|
David and Debbie, with yearly visits back to Culebra
|Oops. This is from the Flea Market in Florida.|
They say mild porn can make a big boost in blog readership.
|Also from Florida. An abandon coral rock home, |
right up there as one of my favorite homes ever.
|A flight heading home|
|Full moon at Zoni Beach|
|Capt. Pat and some Wise Guys|
|Why do iguanas with their tongues out crack me up?|
|*sniff* old photo of the shack|
Elijah's dog Nesta keeping Cwim on alert mode
|First time I ever liked broccoli! Well duh!|
|Dick just turned 90 on the 4th (at home in the States, this photo was awhile back)! |
Happy birthday, Dick!!
|Because it's beautiful|
|A cool water catchment system|
|John doing what John does (with friends)|
|A rainy day across from El Batey|
|View from a housesitting hill|
|Helena's sunlit hair|
|Mario's fine work at Melones|
|Some goods at Alicia's shop in town|
|I stopped this Mom and her daughter's and friends |
because they looked so shiny happy. They were super nice too.
|My 2nd oldest granddaughter Nesta|
|Does this ever get old?|
|I like the old traps!|
|John doing his thing|
|My little boy|
|Don't stand under this tree on a windy day!|
|Just because they are beautiful|
|Chicken on the beach.|
It's not just for picnics anymore.
|Another Zoni beach full moon|
|Because bark is amazing|
|Because Gil is adorable|
|May this always be a traffic stopper on Culebra|
|Belly fulla Bella!|
|I've always liked this place. It was looking particularly good this day.|
|Will ride for food|
|Because they can!|
|This also isn't Culebra, obviously, but I love it for its|
Florida iconic-ness and the osprey nest. WITH THE OSPREY!
|Yes!!! There are anchovies at Heather's Pizza!|
Thank you, Anita!
|Every birthday I make a little cairn on a beach to remember those loved and gone, |
but Nature made most of this one.
I'm pretty sure they are prehistoric sea elephant lion paws.
|Is this really Judy and Rebecca's old place?|
Yes it is! Welcome to the new Galleria.
|It is Free Range Friday, after all.|
|We all know that yard with the most glorious mango trees!|
Hell no, I didn't pick one off the tree, I was lucky enough to find two perfect ones
that just happened to roll my way...
Is this gorgeous or what? It was that delicious too.