A celebration of African
and culture in the Americas
Today, I thought of summer and some of the images I captured with my camera. I hope you enjoy them. Have a wonderful weekend. Peace~
Photos: By Stephen Bess (Photos taken Summer 2009)
Hello Stephen, I've been catching up on reading here. Your meeting with Mr. Rosen is wonderful...that's why I love talking to people, all kinds of people everywhere. Old folks are the best. And they love an audience too :-D
Looooove the spider crawling.
GG-Yes, it has been fun talking and meeting with Mr. Rosen. He is a fascinating man. Kittie-I have a few shots of the spider. I chose the one I liked most. Perhaps I will post the others as well. Thanks and welcome.
Stephen - wonderful shots, especially of the spider. My home has many resident spiders, currently increasing during Springtime - luckily none are poisonous.Hope all is going well for you in your new home, and that the yard work isn't too strenuous. My wilderness of a garden (yard) has cleared bits and stroppy bits.Sending much care and love to you are your amazing family (special love and care for your lovely Ratu)Michelle, here in springtime with a snoring cat (again!), xxx and caring huggles to all
Great shots Stephen. I am particularly fond of the Roanoke and the spider(not the live creature -the picture thereof!)Great to see youBonita
Hello Mickle-All is well with the yard work. I've been putting down seeds and pulling weeds. :)It's always great to hear from you and I'm glad that you like the photos.Bonita-The Roanoke and spider are my favs too. Thank you, Bonita and welcome. :)
Love the crawling spider photo. Perfect backdrop.
The spider is really cool.
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