The photographs are certainly random :-) My favorite photograph is the one with the glass in the window. I see pretty colors and pretty shapes there.
You have a good eye for photography.
I like the emergency shoe repair shop! When I was a kid, my Mom always brought our shoes in for repairs. It is just recently that my oldest daughter has found a good shoe repair shop! She has her new heels put on her shoes, her boots shined and even her pocketbooks get a little TLC. I am not sure if she has ever had a repair emeercency! How about hosting a home re-do party. Get a few of your talented friends together for a weekend of fun! Then you can all move on to the next house...I think I use to go to a blog where a group of women did this. Even the friends with "no talent" boy those are harsh words, could join in the fun by bringing food or help in some way!denise
Love these random photos! :-)
I hope I don't have to pick out a favorite because I love them all:)
Sometimes ordinary everyday things make the best photos! You certainly have an "eye" for an interesting shot Stevie.
Oooh, I like the blue chairs in that waiting area. Di
Love your random photos.;)) Even though they appear as carefully chosen subjects and it is so interesting to ponder why you have chosen to capture these. I try to look at the details and there is plenty to see in each picture.;)Have a great day,xo
I lurve that last photo... "do not drive in" ha ha
Random photos .. nice but nicer if they were easier to see, sorry but this new blog wallpaper is making it hard to see the words in your post, the comment link and the other comments .. or maybe its just me..
I love it when you do this! I want to do it sometime. Your photos are always SOOOO interesting as if you looked for just the right BIT of RANDOM.
Very nice photos! I especially liked the one with all the objects in the window and the reflection of light through the different colored glass.
Great photos, Stevie....I love ferns and I seldom see them out here. At my first house, in Tampa, I had at least a dozen different varieties hanging at the entrance to my house.
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."