Posts Tagged ‘square’

for Squares: bright 4.2.21

Last Saturday was a landmark day at our house. Not only had we been in Arizona almost one year (past that mark now) but my husband actually had both weekend days off!! Taking advantage of that, we hopped in the van and drove north (mostly), to and through Payson and on to the small town of Pine and smaller town of Strawberry where we found a little historic gem…and it even had a few doors.

Although the sign says “The Oldest Standing Schoolhouse in Arizona”, Arivaca, Arizona begs to differ.

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Getting up close and personal with this flower. Happy Friday!

for SquareUp 1.29.21

I’m a morning person so being up early isn’t a problem and I do love to see the sunrise. Here’s just one that I’ve seen at the Preserve.

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for SquareUp 1.25.21

For Six Word Saturday, SquareUp, and Life in Colour: brown

Also the name of one of my favorite dramatic comedy movies. Or humorous dramas. Whatever. Favorite. 🙂

And for Becky: close-up. 🙂

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Ah, the dangers of scheduling before I have the post finished. I meant to include a few details about this dome, which you might be pardoned for believing was in a European church. However, it’s in the Anthropologie store in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. But imagine this in your home! It was in a home.

Anthropologie’s store on Rittenhouse Square was originally the Fell-Van Rensselaer House. Sarah Drexel Fell (yes, of that Drexel Family) was widowed and then married Alexander Van Rensselaer. The house was completed in 1898. The original Tiffany dome and a ceiling with portraits of Italian Dodges, as well as fireplaces and some details remain.

Sam Brandolini

The rest of the store is very elegant as well.

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Just perfect for LavAzza, Italian coffee shop in Illinois. Dressed in coffeehouse chic.

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for SquareUp and Life in Colour: brown

Today I’m being wild and crazy, participating in two challenges at once:  Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge and Debbie’s One Word Sunday.  I wanted to call this post “Square Oddball”, but that would be two words, hence just “Square/s.”

This is the view you get when taking an iPhone photo of two of the five bucks having a meal just outside the screened cabin window in Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains.  The phone won’t focus past the screen as would my Nikon here, but it does create an oddball photo with plenty of squares.

(Sorry about the two different fonts.  It doesn’t show up that way in the original and won’t change when I try to edit it to all be the same. )

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