Sunday, January 25, 2009

Canada Goose in a big flap

Sitting by the pond for a while watching the interactions between a Heron and this Canada Goose, I was able to capture the posturing of this guy.


The past few days or so I have had a fog or fuzziness that has just been driving me crazy. It is like when you put your glasses on and they are dirty, so you are able to take them off, clean them and all is well. Not so with my vision. I wish that were the cure, I habitually take off my glasses to do just that only to realize even with them off my vision is fuzzy.
It has been frustrating, and I have really kept it to myself, not to bother my hubby as there is enough stress going on without my damn vision.
I realize my circle is getting smaller when I am out walking and where I could see my arms swinging as I walk, now I can't. I noticed yesterday just walking to the store that the street signs once again are so out of focus I cannot read them until I am almost on top of them. Guess I will really have to take my eye meds regularly to help with the edema and possibly fix the acuity loss. I dunno anymore.
Makes me feel like I need a wide angle lens for my damn eyes just to see the area around me. See my dogs, and not trip over them as I have been doing so much of lately. Thankfully they don't seem to mind mom stumbling over them, as they can't be bothered to get out of the way. :)
Oh well, just rambling through my frustration today, getting it out of my system and hoping I feel better for doing so. Damn eyes!

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Great Job!!

Hey babe! GREAT job on the site....I love it! Keep up the good work and know I am behind you 100% ----- ND

Saturday, January 3, 2009

first walk of the year

Went for a walk in the misty morning, these shots were taken without me wearing my glasses, I am pleasantly pleased. Love the ducks at the park, can you tell? :)
testing the waters
subtle colours
pretty feathers

foggy misty day shots

the pond across the street in the misty morning

i just like this picture
busting out at the seams