Totally random photos . . .
Do you use Instgram? That's what I used with these photos.
Road between West Linn and Tualatin (a town that took me quite a while to pronounce correctly) I love this spot of the road, it's like a tree tunnel.
Clown Cookie Jar, I've had for a long time.
This is a small canvas I made of the Portland Oregon sign. If you like it, it's for sale down at Boys' Fort in the Governor Hotel, on 614 SE 11th in Portland, Oregon. Not the sign, just the canvas . . . (small, very small joke).
Small goods from Salvage Works.
In the freight elevator at The Good Mod
Halloween (but, hey, truly could be any day of the year), Food carts in Portland. Yes, it was cold and raining.
Ladybugs don't feel the cold . . . or at least this one didn't, he told me so.
This is Bob. With pearls, naturally.
Close up of a lovely, beat to hell accordion. No, wasn't me that did the beating. Like the cake in MacArthur Park, I think it was left out in the rain.
That's the Crystal Ballroom across the street.
Nighttime shot of the Crystal Ballroom
Looking out at Burnside Street, Portland.
Who knew? " Put some sideburns on your face "
My Jewelry at Bush House Art Gallery. This photo has another photo app, called Impression. Very easy to use, add a title or your name or anything you'd want to type in. Lots of fonts and a range of colors. Good to use, if you want to identify your work on Pinterest. (this is a link to my pins)
I just bought this on Etsy, all the way from France. The photo itself, is only about the size of a quarter. I'll most likely use it as part of a necklace, it's such a sweet picture. Etsy can be addicting, I know. It's my late night surfing/shopping spot. I try to leave things in my 'cart' and not buy until morning (after midnight your brain leaks out a little and the oddest things can seem like such a great idea) . . . but that doesn't always work and I've missed on some good
junk jewelry components.
Cocktails anyone? Shaken, not stirred.
Saw the new Bond movie, the other day. Wicked good. The. Best. 007 Movie. The intro, with the Adele song is a real work of art (this link isn't the movie intro-just the song) and the Tom Ford clothes that Daniel Craig wears are fabulous, not that he doesn't do them justice. I just read he's been signed to make two more 007 movies. (yeah ! )
My front yard. Wet, not raining . . . you have to hurry quick to see it with sun this time of year.
InstaCollage - this is a new (free) Instagram app.
This is also a new kitty for me, too.
Toonces, a local neighborhood stray Tom that I started feeding several months, ago . . .
he's about double the size of when I first saw him, running across the backyard with a bag on his head. He'd gotten into the garbage and was trying to get the last crumbs of some crackers and got the not-so-see-though bag caught on his head. It would have made quite a video, but I was more concerned with trying to catch this wild kitty and set him free. Boy, that was a good trick and took quite a while. That was this spring. It was a long time, before he let me get close again. Last week, I invited him inside, took him to the vet and got him checked out (deflead ! ), vaccinated, chipped and fixed. He's already become a lap kitty and seems to be settling in fine. Someone told me that he probably planned the whole thing, could be, and it worked, too!