|On Tuesday, I saw something interesting outside… snow! Well, we haven’t had much of that lately; hence, the snowless Christmas. I took pictures of the bears in snow. The snow was not to last long. A few days later, it rained and the snow melted.|
|I like to take snow scenes in black and white.|
|This is the Cheese Girl.|
|On Wednesday, I made a good-sized pot of lentil soup.|
|Here I am, taking pictures of my food. It is a bowlful of lentil soup. Next time I make it, I’ll cook the rice separately. Also, I’ll add more vegetables to the soup. The soup is vegan and gluten free.|
|Snow looks beautiful on the branches of evergreens.|
|On Thursday morning, I was tired but happy. My article about agriculture in Grand Island was finished. It had snowed during the night. I took the bears outside and took a few photographs.|
|The bear sits on the evergreen.|
|After the downtown adventure, I went back to Grand Island and had lunch with Tom, Keith, and Betty. We went to Dick and Jenny’s on Grand Island. The food there is wonderful! I had half of a portabella mushroom sandwich and a cup of tomato-basil soup.|
|I’ve embellished on the cheese human design.|
|On Friday morning, I looked out the window. It had snowed. It looked like Christmas! The snow came too late for Christmas but it was fun to see it. The neighbors are not using their swimming pool these days.|
|Bears apparently can’t make a decision so they’re sitting on the fence.|
|Outdoor work still goes on in the winter…|
|Winter bears in the snow…|
|The snow humans come to life on a snowy night…|
3 thoughts on “the 366-day photography project: week 24”
Alice, I LOVE the array of photos that you share! I just found the weekly photo challenge that I started since I too love to take photographs. I especially like flowers, landscapes and wild life.
Thank you, Martha!
I absolutely love this! Your pictures are wonderful, thanks so much for sharing!