Many of them were taken from the window of my car as I drove along the driveway.
This one was taken yesterday, coming home from work.
Our driveway is a third of a mile long, and much of it runs through a wooded area.
I shot this one right through the windshield.
Does anyone remember watching Disney on Sunday nights when you were young? I am really showing my age here, but some of you may remember Tinker Bell with her magic wand, changing the black & white screen to “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color”. Prior to this, we watched TV in black & white.
I found this to prove it ~
That was almost 50 years ago!
Back to the photos.
Taken last week, heading down the driveway to work in the morning.
One thing I love about this lane it is the sense of timelessness that pervades.
It probably looked like this in the past.
Coming home, almost at the top of the hill where I make the right hand turn into our lane.
This is my favorite part about going to Johns Hopkins: Coming out of the parking garage onto Broadway on a sunny morning. It’s dark when we arrive, but when my husband’s treatment is finished, the sun is coming up and I don’t even care that it will be in my eyes part of the way home. It’s beautiful.
And tomorrow (Wednesday) is the last day of radiation treatment for my husband. I won’t miss the long drive there and back. Let’s just pray it worked. We’ll find out next month.
Just so you know, these pictures didn't come straight out of the camera phone. I messed about in Photoshop with them a little and added some frames to many of them. But they are originally camera phone images.
I hope your week is going well. Thanks for stopping by today.