August 5, 2020
picture of the day
here is the original, also available at Pixels…
shown as a throw pillow, click on the image to be taken to this item at Pixels
the stats for the original photo are…
f-stop: f/9; exposure time: 1/250sec; ISO 1600; focal length 35mm, CANON EOS Rebel T6
I picked the title because I liked it, no other reason. But, I wanted to know more about it before “just using it”, so I included the nursery rhyme
… according to the “Guy Fawkes and Bonfire” Site, “Immortalized in this nursery rhyme, the Gunpowder Plot is introduced early into the young minds of children throughout the United Kingdom.”
“In 1605, thirteen young men planned to blow up
the Houses of Parliament. Among them was
Guy Fawkes, Britain’s most notorious traitor.”
Anybody want to tell me more?
to see what photos/art I have available, click on any link below…
Years ago, when my son was still young, we went to Ocean City, MD and celebrated Easter there. I’ll just tell you…it was one of those weekends…the Easter Bunny came and brought him a sand bucket full of sand toys and candy. It was a blast, blowing bubbles from the fourth floor and watching them float around, people on the street enjoying the bubbles as well. Well, it came time for us to leave, packed everything up, and left. We left behind 1 of my son’s sandals and a bag of candy. I’m sure housekeeping finds stuff like that – or worse – all the time. But we rarely ever leave anything behind!
Sorry this is so late this morning…