Welcome to John's Island. This is post #44 for 2018 and maybe I'll get in a couple more before it's all over. In reflecting on 2018 I tried to come up with one word that would describe it and settled on "unbelieveable". According to the dictionary, the word means "not able to be believed; unlikely to be true". Well, here's my thought process on that ... Looking back to the years when I was just a kid (yes, a few decades ago) I didn't really believe Dick Tracy's Wrist Radio would be reality during my life. The Apple Watch is reality. I could not have imagined driving around with a little device that would tell me exactly how to get somewhere and how long it would take. Nor that the same little device would let me carry around the answer to almost any question in my pocket. I could go on and on all the way to the state of civility in this world, but I think you know what I'm saying. So, how about it ... is "unbelieveable" a good word for 2018? I hope you'll let me know in the comments and thank you!
|Seattle from Kerry Park|
Cold, mostly clear, December 6th 7:49 AM
Always happy to link up with Skywatch Friday
and thanks to Alan for hosting!
|Braving the cold for photos December 6th at Kerry Park.|
No, this is not a selfie! :-)
I do admire the camera gear.
However, I wonder how much better their pics turn out
than my little Canon Powershot sx730 used here.
|Elliott Bay Marina, Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains|
Nearly sunset, December 5th
|Cold afternoon sun over Puget Sound|
|November 6th 4:33 PM|
|November 29th 4:26 PM|
Unusual, to say the least.
What a difference a day makes ... next two photos ...
|December 2nd 4:17 PM|
|December 3rd 4:15 PM|
|December 1st 7:53 AM|
Coast Guard Cutter Haley
|November 30th 10:33 AM|
See the Cutter's Facebook post (screen shot below).
|Healy home after 4 months away.|
|Love the Healy's Logo|
The older I get, the more fascinated I am with the seasons. On my wish list ... Visit Stonehenge. However, the Stonehenge Solstice Festival looks pretty crowded ... see last photo below.
|Stonehenge Solstice Festival Dec 22nd 2015|
via UK Express