March 9, 2018

Skies, Signs, Seeing.

Willy Nilly Friday.

1. Previously I mentioned the 4-H Center. Here's a section of one of their buildings with a windmill on the roof. 
Black and White Weekend.
2. The 4-H Center is open to the public but there are warning signs, including "Caution: Future Leaders of the World at Work and Play."

3. Ever sharpen your focus using your fingers to bend the light? I do this when I just need to read one thing, like a label or a phone number.

4. Forsythia is blooming here so I guess spring is really on the way!
Sharing with Floral Friday.


5. A colorful sky is a nice way to end the day.
Sharing with Skywatch and Orange You Glad It's Friday.

18 comments:

  1. Lovely series of photos. You know I've never sharpened my focus for a very long time. I never thought to try it for a real need. I think we (I) used to do this a lot as a child.

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  2. Wonderful sunset, and lovely Spring flowers!
    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Great black and white - excellent contrast!

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  4. Relating to #3, looking very closely to the top rim of glasses also enhance focus. Lovely photo of the windmill!

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  5. Gorgeous sunset sky. Just look at all that color!

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  6. ...a beautiful ending to the day.

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  7. I like the signs at the 4-H center. Nice sunset!

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  8. gorgeous share, love to see those early blooms

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  9. It's good to know that the 4H center is so busy teaching kids about real life.

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  10. I love your colorful sky, I am kind of puzzling over using fingers to focus better but I am for whatever works.

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  11. Forsythia - a spring favorite from my days living in Ohio - I do miss it!

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  12. Beautiful sunset. So nice to see the forsythia in bloom!

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  13. Now that sunset is just wonderful ...

    All the best Jan

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  14. Love the roof with the windmill..OK I remember doing that as a kid just to make silly faces but didn't know there was an actual purpose to it...I've been sitting here now trying it out! That's so interesting! Thanks for linking Linda!! 🤗

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