Monday, June 20, 2016

I Almost Forgot.......

To post these pictures from last weekend.  When we got to the condo on Friday afternoon, despite the fact that it had not been raining and wasn't going to, there was a partial rainbow in the sky.  I believe it's actually called a sun dog. There was another one on the left of the sun at the same distance and height.  From what I've heard and read, this is caused by ice crystals in the atmosphere.

Several hours later there was another stellar sunset.  I never get bored of these sunsets.  

Here it is reflected in the sliding glass door.  

We took a ride to Cape May last Saturday.  It was warm but breezy enough to enjoy our walk around the outdoor mall.  These window boxes were so pretty.

And in the center of the mall, another window box with this beautiful combination of plants in yellow, black, and white.  A combination that I can't remember ever seeing before but would like to duplicate because it was so striking.

Not to mention those giant rubber duckies in the window display.  

Down one of the alleys (we were looking for a shop we had visited before but it was gone) I thought it was pretty cool how this shop owner had decorated her window with these giant colorful yarn tassels.  I think is shows some ingenuity. 

And just before entering the chocolate shop (to buy the best salted caramels ever) another beautiful and colorful window box.  

We had eaten lunch a little earlier at the outdoor portion of the dockside restaurant we like.  And we indulged in Kohr's frozen custard at the mall before heading home with one or two special purchases.


  1. I never get tired of sunsets either . . . or looking at the moon. It looks like it was a wonderful day. Flowers, yarn tassels, and rubber ducks - fun stuff. I have always wanted to make some of those tassels. Have a great day!

  2. So happy to see your sun dogs! I saw them for the first time ever this year too - I think it was just after we had been in Switzerland and it had been very windy. They are amazing, aren't they. Great capture.


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