Saturday, May 27, 2017

The Saturday Picture Show, May 27, 2017

I saw this online, but there was no caption or description, and I have no idea what it is. It might be a photograph, it might be a painting, I don't know what it is, but it has plenty of pretty colors and it would make a great wallpaper.
This is a tree on a little knoll in a night photograph.  
There used to be a song called "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands," and when I saw this, it made me think that we all have the whole world - and the chance to make it better - in our hands every day.
All it takes is some old spoons, a drill and some fishing line...
For Memorial Day weekend, let's try to remember that this is the holiday set aside to pay tribute to those who lost their lives defending the nation.  It's not the same as Veterans' Day.  These men and women deserve their own special day.
"Leaves of three, let it be."  This is what poison ivy looks like. Be on the lookout for it when you traipse through the woods.
We celebrated Bob Dylan's birthday this week. This was the cover of his second album, 1963's "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan." The cover photo was taken in New York's Soho neighborhood, at the corner of Jones St and (Positively) W. 4th St, and here it is inlaid atop a recent photo of the same location.
We love that Prison Break show on FOX. Recently, lovable Teddy "T Bag" Bagwell pointed out to Secret Service agent Kellerman that the one thing he found confounding after his incarceration was the popularity of "kale...Kale."  Then he shot him.

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