Showing posts with label Guest post. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Guest post. Show all posts

Monday, January 14, 2013

You’re enthused. from "Daily Pep Talk From A Best Friend"

You’re enthused.

Pep Talk: Whatever you’re up to, I hope you feel enthusiastic about it. Enthusiasm is an excellent motivator. If you can feel pumped about the stuff on your agenda, it’ll be more fun to do. And you don’t need to feel shy about your gung ho attitude either because apathy is so 2012.

Today remind yourself: I’m enthused. www.peptalks.co

You’re enthused.....

Daily Pep Talk From A Best Friend

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Sandhill Cranes & Canada Geese (Guest Blog by Larry Calloway)

The Sandhill Cranes have returned to Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge. They speak to each other, murmuring gently of the flight path they have taken for millions of years, the Way.

Cranes over Southern New Mexico, Larry Calloway
Sandhill cranes in New Mexico Larry Calloway
Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge, Southern Colorado
©Larry Calloway Crestone Conglomerate
 
Photos ©Larry Calloway Crestone Conglomerate


Friday, October 9, 2009

GUEST FEATHER --dateline CHICAGO! Corrected source

Guest Feather

by L.C. of Chicago and Santa Fe! 

Seagull feather, Larry 1


How do you like my Guest Feather?

I won’t be getting a photo of my polka dot feather until next week, and in the meanwhile, this beautiful one has agreed to stand in it’s stead. It was donated by a seagull who was passing by that way.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

GUEST POST --dateline San Francisco





Guest Post

Guest post, C.M. San Francisco



It is fall here too. The evening air is cool, and the wind on the bay has lost its summer force.


Here native leaves do not wither in fall but slowly fade, still green, awaiting quenching winter rains to spring back their verdancy.


The trees that change are mostly foreign hybrids -- sumac, maple, beech -- favoured by fussy horticulturists and nostalgic wanderers.


Sometimes one turns a corner and finds a tunnel of sun-drenched yellows and resplendent reds overarching a quiet suburban street.