It was in the twenties here today in Maryland which is quite a difference from the weather this past weekend. But it’s warm inside as I sit under my down throw blanket and toss the tug toy that seems to be our dog’s favorite thing at the moment.
I took these photos to share with you.
And I want to tell you how much I appreciate your visits to my little space here.
I don’t know what I’m doing half the time, and am wondering if it’s time for a change. Change is often good but I get so used to the routine that I don’t want to stray from it. And it’s been good only posting every other day or so.
I took these photos in very low light, upping the ISO to 4000. I really am enjoying this new camera.
Someone wrote asking me which camera and lens I’m using, and I want to point out that I’ve got my gear listed in the sidebar here.
I hope you’ll excuse me for not having much more to say. Oh, I’m fine and all that – nothing that a good trip to a tropical island wouldn’t cure – but sometimes . . . well, sometimes I haven’t got that much to say.
And that’s when I let the pictures do the talking for me.
Thanks again for stopping by today ~
Fair to middling is a term I often heard my mother use, and I still use it. Examples of its usage are found in literary works by Mark Twain and Louisa May Alcott, to name a couple. It seems to have originated in the early 1800’s, from what I can glean, and means something that is moderate to average in quality. Sorta like this post, I guess.