A bit of melting started happening yesterday as the sun carried some power even though it was still only -15C (5F) outside.
By week’s end we are supposed to go up by about 12° to -3C (27F) or so. That will be nice!
Happy Sunday, and don’t forget to change your clocks. Which reminds me, one of Dalí’s melting clock paintings is probably very appropriate today.
Frost “…at the center of it all .. your eyes….” Blackstar by David Bowie (2016)
A beautiful frosty leaf from Achim Bornemann. There is such beauty in decay.
… or is that coated tree? Not sure, but some of the artists at the nearby arts centre enjoy clothing a tree in lots of colourful winter attire.
Greeting’s from Penticton’s fashionable (and warm!) trees.
Old tree – taken in August 2020 “…All I want, is to be home…” “Home” by Foo Fighters – Echoes Silence Patience & Grace (2007)
Throwback Thursday : Home
A beautiful black and white photo from Achim Bornemann
At present there are a number of public art installations throughout Penticton as part of a rotating exhibition. Below is a picture of one of them.
When I first saw it, I thought the intension was to emphasise fun on the sunny beaches, that sort of thing. However, once I read the signage, I saw that the point was much more serious.
Is Big Brother spying on us? What do you think?
Happy StarWars Day! (My cat Clary fanCats OwlKitty…)May the Fourth Be With You. #StarWarsDay #humor #cats
Please enjoy this hilarious version of Star Wars, courtesy of the always-funny Barb Taub.
Metal birds stuck on a pole? This eye-catching sculpture of birds in flight (I#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 29/Mar/22
These birds won’t be going anywhere, but they are striking!
I found Togetherness in a Penticton park.
Given world events, we can all do with some of that right now.
Dusk or dawnday’s ending or beginningpaints the sky with huesunseen through daytimetouches imaginationwith possibilitiessets the spirit soaringends …#Words and #PictureOfTheDay: 17/Mar/22
A beautiful sky photo from Stuart. J
I like this sculpture of a fish swimming through some reeds and placed, appropriately enough, in a large public garden pond.
The fish is very realistic looking, I think.
Happy Ides of March!