Pastors blessed pets, mostly dogs and cats, but also a couple of hamsters and a gecko, during a Wednesday night outdoor church service at the Coppertop. It began to rain. At first I was worried, but it was light rain during the end of the service. I decided It had been years since I’ve walked in the rain so Maggie and I walked back home from
Today the tempature is mild (for us northerners) but the fog can be mystifying. I heard that it was raining in Pike Lake. It’s not raining along Skyline Drive, but the fog is think over the lake. Do you see the clock tower, and the Aerial Lift Bridge? And the smoke stack? The smoke stack is from the steam plant which is used to most of downtown Duluth. This photo was taken from the parking lot of the Coppertop church. I saw many other interesting scenes, but wanted to pull off in a space that was safe.
Rain covered these unpicked crabapples. Maybe the apples will be eaten by birds.
I was struck by the perfectly round water droplets on each section of this leaf.
By making hay while the sun shines, I mean driving your convertible with the top down while you still can. I saw this car with the owner while on my way to my writers’ group. I thought, “Naomi, just concentrate on your driving.” But I couldn’t stand it because classic car owners just love to talk about their cars. And the owner was standing right there. So I turned my car around and drove over to the man’s driveway and asked him if I could take a photo of his car.I guessed that it was a 1966, but he said the rear looks like a 1966 but front looks like a 1962.
The Tiger Lilies are kinda late in blooming this year. We usually have a whole bunch of them, but this year these popped up in a new spot.