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Green Day

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Day 76 – March 17, 2019

Something Green – Sunday Stills / Circle – One Word Sunday / Division – FOWC / Bail – RDP / Empty – WODC / Day 17 – Spiky Monthly Squares

I spent the day chasing the rainbow, trying to set up photos for St. Patricks Day.  I actually drove down the highway so I could take some photos of a tavern that is the hot bed of celebration for the day.  In fact, they celebrate for 3 weeks during the month and it is probably a good thing considering that when I drove by they weren’t quite the hot bed of flowing green beer. The parking lot was empty as was the overflow outside tent.  So hopefully, one day this week, the place will be overflowing with Guinness drinking, bail avoiding Irish party-goers, so that I can get the composition I was planning on.   I think fate had other plans.  It’s funny how that works.  And you have no clue until after the events of the day have unfolded.  I saw this through an alley on a street I turned around on.  The flash of green caught my eye and, of course, me being me, I had to see what the flashy, shiny colors were. And not until I got on WP tonight did I realize that not only did I have a pretty cool photo, I had one that fit the prompts better than my original shamrock idea.  Guess it’s a little luck of the Irish.  I’ll take all I can get.

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