The first photo shows where it all began forty years ago. I'll let you think about that one, but I'm older than that; so it is not where I was conceived or born.
The second photo is what I can see from the third floor of the building where I work. If you can figure that one out you may be able to guess where it is that I work.
The third photo was taken of a farm in Garrett Co. This was one of those "found" photos that occured as I rounded a curve on a country road and there it was. I rolled down the window, took my Canon A95 - focused, framed and fired. What I like about this one is that it sort of looks like a toy farm.
The fourth photo is one that I envisioned as being a pastel painting. It was overcast, light snow with snow on the ground against a white wall with white painted windows and softly colored chimes hanging down. It just looked like a painting and that is what I tried to capture.
As usual, if you click on any of these photos they will open up to a larger size. Then just hit your backspace or back button to return to this blog. A DSLR was used for three of the photos and you can pretty much tell which ones they were since I already stated which one was taken with a point & shoot camera.
Not much was done in Photoshop and these looked pretty much as I saw them.
My world has much to see no matter what time of the year it is, although Winter does have a special touch to it, even with its lack of color, and I do love it. Yes, this is my world and you are welcome to it.