When I was standing out in my back yard this morning, I marveled at just how tall the oak trees around my house have grown. They reach halfway to the sky (grin). OK, maybe not halfway, but at least a quarter of the way. . . Anyway, the heighth of these oaks is longer than the distance they are from my house. Since this is the case on multiple sides of my house, it creates two things. One, lots of shade to help keep the place cool; two, if they blow over in a storm it would not be good, especially if they fell toward the house. But, I do so enjoy nature that I don't think I would ever cut them down. I try to keep my place as natural as possible. Well heck, that is the best excuse I can come up with to only mow a small part of it. I was standing at the bottom of my back porch steps when I took this picture:
And just a little bit more to the right:
A little change in subject matter. Why? Cause it doesn't matter. Or does it matter? Way back when I was doing some acrylic painting, I showed you at the time a lot of the ones that I had done. I don't think I showed you this one, so will do so now:
Not only did I paint the moon, I also howled at it. . No, I didn't, really. Notice Casiopia to the left? Yeh, I know you wouldn't see Casiopia that close to the moon, but an artist can take a few liberties, can't he? So, during the day just walk in the sunshine and I hope the moon will light your way at night. Now, have a good day, you hear?