It was quiet here at the old manor house on the hill but I wanted to pop in this evening and share a few photos with you.
A doe and a spike buck who have been visiting our yard in the evenings.
A spike buck is a young male deer in his first antler bearing season.
While in Baltimore on Saturday, we went into a hoity-toity furniture store where I found these heavy silver candlesticks on a sale table. They were marked down to $8 apiece. I’ll show you what they look like after I get them polished up.
I took this one at my in-laws home where the family was gathered to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. My sons are reading a newspaper that their grandparents had saved from the day they were married, dated June 28, 1952. There was a heat wave going on in England that day - 82 degrees. Very sweet that they saved the newspaper.
Found this on the camera disk just now and was really surprised because my husband has never used the D7000. Luckily, it was set to P mode.
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George in the car on the way to the 60th anniversary party.
Heading over the Betsy Ross Bridge into New Jersey.
Boating in Baltimore.
Yesterday at my friend Nancy’s pool.
Sunflower this morning.
George by the shade garden.
I hope he’s not worrying about the fireworks to come tonight.
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I can hear some early birds going off already.
Until next time, my friends ~