Saturday, February 17, 2018


Personally I love the desert.  At least what we used to call
"the high desert".  Possibly because of the tranquility, I do
not know.

This was a shot I took one day while driving around near
Phelan, California.  The trash in the foreground is proof
that someone was there ahead of me.

Sunday, February 11, 2018


that is, if you are an old "hot rodder" like myself.

Way back before you were born I had one of these 
old MG TDs.  I do not know what year model this 
one is, but mine was a l951 and yellow.

But, the MG TD did not come out with a Ford
5.0 engine like this one has.  They had a small
4 cylinder engine that only put out about 54
horse power.

See why I would drool.

This one was spotted behind a building at Lytle.
Creek, California a few years ago.

Saturday, February 10, 2018


A play house in Wrightwood, California.

Since this photo was taken it has been cleaned up,
repainted and looks really nice.  Makes me want to
live in something like it.  Not near so much house to
have to keep clean.  That gives more time to sit on 
the porch.

Sunday, February 4, 2018


I admit, I do not know where I took this picture.
It looks like is was out the back door with a 
Canon Rebel.  But the point is;

"The heavens are telling of the glory of God;
and their expanse is declaring the work of 
His hands."
(Psalms 19:1 NASB)

Saturday, February 3, 2018


Now there is one speed limit that I have never kept.

I do not think I even have a vehicle that will go
only 1.5 mph.  This is at a sharp curve in the road
so probably twenty five mph would work.  But
1.5 mph.  No way.

Sunday, January 28, 2018


Perhaps my favorite photo.
This is the same tractor that is in the header of this blog.
But there are two things that make it a favorite to me.

One, I wanted to see how cheap a camera I could buy
that would actually work.  The camera I used on the 
image was an old used Kodak that I bought of of eBay
for $1.00.  That is right, only $1.00.  Now I did have to
put batteries in it.

Two,  it was a rainy day when I went out to try the
 camera out.  I just love the shine that the rain put on 

Saturday, January 27, 2018


According to the evolutionary scheme of things, 
how many times did the human species [ Or the
birds and the bees for that matter.] go extinct before
finding it needed both a male and a female to 
propagate the species?

Then how many more eons were required while
developing both the needed male and female?