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I See Through My Little Eye

Keri Smith’s How to Be An Explorer of the World has left its mark on me. I’ve been taking photos of “stuff” that I might have previously missed while taking my daily walk. I’m learning to take the time to see and document what catches my eye, and then think about why these things capture my attention.

Surf Drive September Quiet

Surf Drive September Quiet

The tourists are gone and life is back to normal: less traffic, no crowds, more quiet. I love it!

Less is more

Less is more

Walker Street has eye candy that has weathered storms and time.

For the birds, and me, to appreciate.

For the birds, and me, to appreciate.

Old faithfuls: marigolds

Old faithfuls: marigolds

Morning Glories: my absolute favorite.

Morning Glories: my absolute favorite.

Old Glory, perfect breeze

Old Glory, perfect breeze

More For The Birds

More For The Birds

And the simple, but colorful leaves of coleus, never disappoint.

And the simple, but colorful leaves of coleus, never disappoint.

Until next time, eyes open, iPhone handy, taking it all in…

About yarnsista

I am a wordsmith, a fiber artist, a yogi, and a high energy, ball of fire. My glass is always half full, and I always have fifteen tasks ongoing simultaneously. Authority figures are not my friends, and I seldom color within the lines. I tend to “nest” in my cocoon-like home.

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