What fun to see the lights in the city. This is just a hand-held photo, but it turned out okay, considering!
I’m grateful for simplicity. This photo, to me, sort of shows that. Simplicity can be lovely. And green simplicity? Well, green is a favorite color, so there’s that. I also happen to love the scent of the color green. As I was on walks this past week I could smell green a lot. (Maybe that doesn’t make sense to everyone, but there are certain scents that are just very much the color green.)
Yesterday we went to the De Young Museum and saw the David Hockney show. Wow. I loved his work … SO incredibly colorful! We aren’t allowed to take any photos inside the galleries and, really, I prefer just enjoying them, although sometimes I wish I could grab a few shots just to jog my memory when I get back home. But I will remember those vivid colors, to be sure. Since I don’t have any of his work to show, though, I’ll instead post this photo. We headed over the bridge after visiting the museum, had some coffee, and headed up the hill at around 5:00 to check out the view. We live in an incredible area!
One more … this time in color and a sort of more traditional point of view, even though it really doesn’t work for me. Still, it is a record of what I saw, so there you go. These photos aren’t always about something I consider art, but more about memory and … well … you know … that gratitude thing!