There was a lot of construction-oriented activity at the back of the grade school (facing 3rd Ave.) yesterday when I went by. Lots of people doing lots of things. It was good to see. I hope they get through with everything soon.
I seem to be on a run of green stuff in recent days days, so here’s another one. This is a from a random tree at Pioneer Park.
A plea for guest photographers!
I haven’t been feeling well this past week, and haven’t had the opportunity to go out and take pictures (which, unfortunately, means no appropriate image on this anniversary of 9/11). I could really use the help of guest photographers, so if you’re interested, please let me know. See the Contribute a Photo page for details. Thank you!
There was a mass of black cows in a field near the Harvest Festival grounds on Sunday (you can see the big tent and stands at the festival grounds in the background). There are but a few of the cows. I think they’re some sort of gang. Good thing there was a fence between them and me, or I might not have survived.
I popped by the final day of the Sublimity Harvest Festival yesterday to see the monster trucks. Boy, are those things loud, big, and cute. I know, they’re supposed to be tough, but all I can see is some kid running miniature versions around in the dirt in his or her backyard.
It was “cause” day, so the vehicles the trucks smashed had things we’d all like to see eradicated from this world.
Click on the photos below to see them flying through the air with the loudest of engines.
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted these cars “patiently waiting for destruction at the Sublimity Harvest Festival 2014.” It’s good they’re at peace with their fate.
Speaking of the Harvest Festival — I’m not sure I’ll be able to attend this year. I will be having a bunch of dental work done today, and I’m not sure I’ll feel up to doing much of anything this weekend. If you are going and want to submit some photos to be posted here, that would be awesome. Check out the Contribute A Photo section for details. Thanks!