I love glass, looking at or through it or touching it, I find beauty in all forms of glass, and so with that being said you’d think I’d be sharing pictures of beautiful glass things but I’m not. I’m sharing a glass experience that even though shattering still had a beauty to it.
It was a quiet morning until it wasn’t. There was a popping noise and a crackling sound! Our sliding door went from…
this to this
It actually was really pretty when the sun shone through it.
The glass people came, taped the glass door and moved it carefully to their truck.
As you can see the glass started to fall like sand in an hourglass.
I’ve decided to do my ‘photo a day’ weekly instead of daily. Here’s the challenge for the week of June 8 – 14.
8- Red fruit 9- Ice Cream 10- Water 11- Summer fun 12- Start with S 13- Flowers in vase 14 – Reflections
Tagged beach, boats, dining, drinks, food, fruit, glass, harbor, ice cream, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, New York City, photo a day, photo a day challenge, Photographs, restaurants, seashore, water
Peach sangria, water and red wine. Willow Creek Farm & Winery – Cape May, NJ.
Tagged Aquinnah, architecture, bikes, dining, food, glass, Lighthouses, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, New England, Photographs, postaweek, rocks, sunglasses, sunset, weekly photo challenge
Tagged black and white, cars, churches, glass, Lighthouses, Martha's Vineyard, New England, New Jersey, New York City, Photographs, Pilgrims, postaweek, stained glass, weekly photo challenge, windows
In this week’s challenge, share a photo or photos that plays on any of the word’s many meanings.
Some of my choices for corner.
Thomas Edison’s library in West Orange, New Jersey. I love the idea of a bed in the corner.
High Point monument in the northwestern corner of New Jersey where NJ/PA/NY meet.
This and that.
Tagged architecture, buildings, flag, glass, monuments, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Photographs, postaweek, Thomas Edison, weekly photo challenge