I have so enjoyed my first full weekend off since starting my new job. Last week I had to give up my biweekly companion visits with an elderly lady as I was really needing more down time to alleviate the stress of learning the ropes and trying to bring order to an office run amok. I spent the entire week reconciling bank statements from April and May . . . somewhat of a nightmare but feels so good to get them out of the way. I am hoping to take care of June, July and August this week coming.
Now to reveal my finds for this weeks Scavenger Hunt.
I sure do love this photo challenge and what a great bunch of people to link up with.
Thanks to all my fellow 'SHS'ers . . . you really do impress and inspire me.
When my daughter was in high school she wanted to be a marine biologist, so this stained glass Orca seemed like a good choice for a graduation gift. We were both very disappointed to find it had sustained some damage in a move.
Close up of the cracks in the stained glass. It is still a beautiful piece.
This sunflower had fallen to the ground but still lifted its head to follow the sun.
3. Ordinary Colour
The ordinary colour of my car's dash is a deep gray . . . this is so much more fun.
I was delighted to find such pretty bokeh in this shot . . . I've never had them turn out this shape before.
This shot is from my archives . . . view across the Ottawa River from Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario. Set in place against the wrought iron fence is the Canadian Police Memorial.
As summer slips away and we officially step into autumn, I hope you all have a blessed week and enjoy the fall colours and cooler temperatures.
Linking with Ashley @ Ramblings and Photos.