Saturday, November 20, 2010

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Brightest Rainbow

After work on Thursday, I was driving down the road and caught a VERY FAINT glimpse of a rainbow in the sky. As I rounded some trees, I realized that the rainbow that I was seeing was the "double rainbow" of THIS rainbow!!! Yes, the double rainbow was bright enough that I saw it first, and when the scenery cleared, this awaited me. It was the WIDEST rainbow and SOOOO bright!!! Talk about pretty! I pulled my car over, and stood on the side of the road taking pictures and admiring the beauty! Isn't God's handiwork awesome?

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Friday Night Moon

At last night's Falcons Football Game, we had a gorgeous moon overhead which was peeping through the clouds at us. The clouds had a pinkish tint to them!

Sunday, September 13, 2009

San Antonio Riverwalk Umbrellas

I love umbrellas... and I love COLORS! While strolling down the San Antonio Riverwalk on Sunday evening, these brightly colored umbrellas called my name!

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Sky Watch Friday - RED Skies

Last night as I headed into Wal-Mart with the kids, we climbed out of the car and Riley said "Mom, you have GOT to see this sky!" Sure enough, it was worth grabbing my camera and snapping this shot. This shot is SOC (straight outta camera) with absolutely no tweaking or editing or color changes.

Isn't God's artwork just awesome???

To join other SkyWatchers, head on over to SkyWatch Friday and link up with us!

Monday, September 7, 2009

Seguin's Photo Scavenger Hunt

Today I'm joining my friend Nancy for a photo scavenger hunt in our hometown of Seguin, Texas. The ten-item photo list can be found here. Best of luck to all of the entries.


- Landmark #1 -

"The Calaboose" was originally mounted on wheels and served as a means of transporting county prisoners. Pulled by horses and/or mules, it was taken to fields where the prisoners would then be released to work the fields. The inner walls still display graffiti left by the prisoners.

- Landmark #2 -

The "Campbell Cabin" was originally built back in 1850 by one of Seguin's earliest pioneers, the John Campbell. He had migrated from Ireland to Seguin in 1847. The Campbell family and it's descendants called this cabin "home" until 1957.

- Someone I Know -

This is our friend Heidi proudly sporting some Lifegate team spirit at this weekends Falcons football game.

- A Stranger -

This gentleman caught my eye because of his true Texan style.


- A Door -

- A Sign -

- A Light Fixture -

- A Yard -


- A Plant -

- An Animal -

Friday, September 4, 2009

Rainbow Umbrella

Tonight at the football game, we had a light rain, so people began pulling out their umbrellas. I don't think I've ever seen one prettier than this one which sat just a few yards in front of me. =0)