Bad sci-fi movies are a staple in our household. Whether we get them filtered (MST3K, Svengoolie, etc.) or consume them directly through the miracle of satellite television, we see at least bits of one every two weeks or so.
It’s somewhat understandable that when we see things like this on the left, it always puts us in mind of the image on the right.
Just before the arrival of fall, we had quite a few of these stringy fellows clinging to our windows in the evenings, preying on whatever was attracted by the light from inside the house.
Silhouetted against the midday sun, the broken trunk of a long-dead tree looms like a cowled figure of a druid standing in his oak (and hickory) grove.
Boundaries are this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge. Below, lichens set out dark, circular boundaries atop a stone, and in the bottom photo, a wall seems to keep the snake on the wild side of the bricks. (In reality, he often uses the drainage holes to visit the house side and explore the garage.)
Tonight’s sunset was quite a contrast to last week’s WordPress Photo Challenge, which had “monochromatic” as its theme.
Green on green is our entry for the monochromatic edition of the Weekly Photo Challenge.