Not frosty cold, but we had frost, one of those temperature magic things. This leaf was in a meadow in deep shade at 10:30am. Whew. Still: pretty out.
Here’s trail maintenance by park visitors.
First stop and, for us, the first time: Dick’s for burgers. Mmm. This local chain dates back to the 50s and you order just what’s on the menu, no extra lettuce or animal style.
Then, off to a computer museum that specializes in artifacts, that is old machines that are kept operational.
The Guru calls this 200 MEGAbyte storage unit a chocolate cake. Cost, hmm was it? thousands? Hideously expensive.
Cold snap here…this made me think of our Santa Fé weather rock….
This, however, is all Atlanta…not a bit of Santa Fé.
Narrator comment: Me, I wouldn’t park in that spot.
I’m skipping mention of the Big Doin’s going on in WashDC, and instead focusing on…small. And local.
These two blooms are from intertwined bushes. Do you see the different shades of pink? I wondered if the camera/iPhone would capture them. Conclusion: pink subtleties—capturable.
For thoughts on the Big Doin’s, visit The Guru’s comments in his resuscitated blog here.
Oh, the title? Something I saw on an ancient IBM screen during the latest season of “Mr. Robot.” [Backstory: we binged through “Mrs. Maisel” like there was no tomorrow, and now we’re enjoying a totally different genre.]
Meanwhile…we missed boxing activities…and boxes. Yay British traditions.
Today this is a footbridge to nowhere; I think it was built for vehicles, and decommissioned long ago. That means the stone-toothed window was a decoration, nothing more.
While this looks like and entrance to the underworld, I think it’s wholly prosaic…a simple drain.
We allocated our 20%-off-one-full-price-item coupon from REI to new shoes for me. I wanted a great pair to get my exercise on sidewalks in—the urban Thang. I was assured these Hoka shoes would be like walking on clouds! And a tad pricey, so: perfect for the coupon. Soon, I walked three miles in them and I would say: clouds. Wonderful. Like nothing I’ve ever worn. [Bonus: Foot happy!]
Here’s old to go with the new above. I traipsed off in an alley (wearing the Hokas) that’s more of a drainage lined with cobblestones (but still technically public), and found this apparent abandonment scenario. I couldn’t even figure out what the yellow/red/white vehicle was: pickup? van? After snapping this quick digital record, I left the mystery…to be (quietly) mysterious.
I was zipping along trying to keep my heart rate solidly in zone 3, and had to back up a step to get this photo. I snapped, and as I got my feet moving to re-attain my zone, I heard a voice behind me chuckle, “That’ll be five bucks!” Heh.
Tried out a night shot of the sky, letting the computations pile up to make the photo. Can’t decide if the green Thang is a UFO or schmutz on the lens.
Decoration exuberance abounds in our neighborhood.
Meanwhile…the water was flowing (aka falling water).
And the sand-churners were practicing.
All photos with the widest lens (aka “ultra wide”); only the first did I alter the aspect ratio.
New phone did NOT think this was a face; it’s pretty sharp!
I think of dahlias as fall flowers, but maybe that’s what they do in the Deep South, and not in cooler places.
Lily pad droplets. Magic of surface tension.
Flower droplets. Lookit that color!
Wide lens aka “ultra wide” to Apple.
Normal lens aka “wide” to Apple.
This second trio are cropped to 16×9 aspect ratio, but otherwise unchanged. In the order presented, the lenses are digital-world 13mm, 26mm, and 52mm. FYI