Squint your eyes and look in the sky above the left palm tree in the photo above. See the tiny branch sticking up from the top with a tinier knob on the end? That’s a bird. You can see it zoomed up to in the first photo of the mosaic of shots below, all of which depict the word “tiny” to various degrees. If you click on the first one, you, too, can zoom in on them.
And you just might be presented with a little surprise. This is Colima Volcano venting and her sister mountain just over her left shoulder. They call them fire and ice…one has snow on it, the other venting hot volcanic matter!
Interstate 90 with not a car in sight? It’s definitely off-season when it comes to tourists in South Dakota!!!This is the main route to Mount Rushmore, The Corn Palace, Wall Drug,the Pioneer Auto Museum and the 1880’s Town!
Even as we approached one of the top tourist attractions in the U.S.?– (Well, perhaps in South Dakota.)–definitely off-season!
Does moulting count as off-season? Cee says so, so so do I. What other sentence have you ever seen with three so’s in a row? Sorry, Cee, for being a copy-cat., but there is no baby in mine! This buffalo snapped in Sheridan, Wyoming, that i just left four days ago.
An almost-empty pier in Ajijic clearly depicts the off-season.
But not as much as the completely empty bar stools do.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Off-Season.”
This is my above-ankle tattoo done a month ago. Now almost completely gone, except for a shadow. Relax. It was a henna tat.
Remember the 200 baby turtles we released into the sea a week or two ago? They are long gone, I hope, but I still think of them every day.
Day of the Dead altars give us a perfect way to remember departed loved ones in a non-maudlin manner. This is my husband Bob who passed away 13 years ago. Yes. He loved very cold Coke and crullers, but I couldn’t find a cruller, so this little pastry had to do.