Like a needle in a haystack:  butterfly in a clover field, #1 


This is first of a trio of photographs,

One from standing up and

Second from crouching down,

While final was taken from

lying down on stomach,

nearly eye to eye.

“Butterflies Are Free,”

first a play on a stage,

then made into a film.

See crouching shot next!

Stepping out of a magazine and into the scene


There was something jaunty,

as I gazed up at the parking lot.

When a rather fast car came to

a stop, glancing upwards,

I caught a glimpse of a 

white-colored convertible, 

two attractive people taking 

their shoes off on either

side of the sports car.

Doesn’t this look 

as if it is “staged?”

I mean look at this couple!

 White shirts,

blue jeans rolled up,

seagulls bobbing on

jeweled tone water,

cleared beach,

close by boat.

Director Robin


“Places everyone!”

Silence follows,

boat motor hums,

water gently lapping,

such a peaceful setting is 

“fixed permanently on film.” 

~Delaware State Park Beach~


Thursday’s Doors: Kraft House #5


Met at Highbanks,

walked for over an hour,

avoided busier paths, made 

huge circle of more than our

usual three mile walk, to the 

High Banks overlook and back.

We deserved a delicious meal,

headed over to Powell, Ohio.

Looking out the front window,

Through the wooden frames 

Front door of restaurant named,

Kraft House #5.

This is a glass door framed in

sturdy wood stained a pretty tone,

adding this to the wide collection 

of Thursday’s Doors, found at

Norm Frampton’s blog:

Please check out the organizer, Norm’s

blog to find out doors and links.

You won’t be able to look at doors,

in quite the same way!