For Wordless Wednesday & Cee’s Flower of the Day where you can also do a leaf.
Photo a Week Challenge where the prompt is “Raindrops”.
This stone is at the water’s edge of Lahaina Harbor on Maui. A low back chair among churning waves. Hawaiian royalty gave birth here as early as the 1400s. If heirs were not born here they would forfeit all that went with being royalty (read that somewhere).
The waves move in to do its part.
Can you imagine giving birth here?
I wonder if the sounds of the crashing waves did much to bring calm to the experience of giving birth.
These hanging vines adorns the threshold to the terrarium. It does a lot to minimize the harshness of the glass.
Feeding time at the pier. Seagulls and more seagulls. They went airborne with my tossing food in the air, and dodging.
Earth Forge II, 1955
Seymour Lipton, American (1903_19886)
Nickel Silver over Steel
Spacelander Bicycle, designed 1946, manufactured 1960
Benjamin J Bowden
American, born England. 1907-1998
made from fiberglass, chromed steel, rubber, vinyl and other materials
These photos were taken at the Brooklyn Museum last summer. I had never seen a bike like that before, loved the color.
In the center is a light post with electrical wires coming off it, there are others in the photo but not as prominently displayed. Looks like a suspended cross I thought.