The Higher You Climb


Day 248 – September 5, 2019

Texture – A Photo a Week / Which Way Photo / Kammie’s Oddball / Brusque – FOWC / Psychedelic – RDP / Spontaneous – WODC

When I got home today I was feeling pretty brusque.  I think it is just because I am so worn out.  The first week is always the hardest. Unlike yesterday, when I came home and crashed, I decided to take Anastasia for a spontaneous walk.  It’s a nice afternoon with high clouds and a breeze generated by Dorian. And we haven’t walked in a while so it was time.  I came across this yard decoration which brought a smile to my face. Not sure why.  Maybe because in my psychedelic mind it has a whimsical feel to it.  Don’t judge, I said I was tired.  If you look carefully there is a little woodland creature staring at you!  Can’t find it? Have a look below. (the second photo is what made me smile.  Just wondering where that ladder leads 😛)

Look Who I Found

Worlds Apart

11 Replies to “The Higher You Climb”

  1. I know that creature!! It adorns the walls of my daughter’s room! Unless it’s not what I think it is…then maybe I too am too tired! The ladder? Well, it looks like a place I would set for “just a minute” and then forget I left it there. 😂🤷🏼‍♀️

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