LIGHT BY DAY AND NIGHT

 

Am finally catching up
and in time this week!

The variety of clouds make it a painter’s sky
above the hills. No the horizon ‘s not crooked.
It is the ascent of a hill:)
Sky Watch

 

“Drytown welcomes WagonTrain,” the banner says, which is
Xenial (friendly relationship)
ABC Wed – X
Two doors on upper story, and one door on left
(Under the sign Antique) of ground story.

Thurs. Doors and also a door
behind the clock image at the end of this post!

 

 

 


Oil, 11 x 15 inch San Diego Harbor, © St Germain

Talking about Perspective. A few posts down you saw in
essence  a similar perspective,: a top-down view
which was a reflection, HERE.
This one, a straight top down view
in the harbor of San Diego.
The atmosphere in my little plein air, reminiscent
of Edward Hopper, living mainly in the first half of
the 1900’s. Some of the recognizable connections
with him are the stilted awkwardness, and the heavy
shadows (here much less heavy ). Reading up on
him, even though his paintings are of American
life, part of his heritage is Dutch! J
ust this discovery puts a smile on my face:)
One Word Sunday:Perspective, Weekly Smile

 

 

Actually took my makro lens out
for this one. Easy to step
on this Tiny one in my back yard.
Sun Best,
Pink Sat.

 

 

 

 

Speaking of Tiny :
adopted and  created
by one of my grands:
how to get Funny
Mr. Tiny Pepper to walk?
Makro-Tex: Having Fun, Sun Best.
Say Cheese

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evening Hydrangea –  on the side of a restaurant patio.
Love how the camera picks up the light
while not even on the night setting!
FOTD, Floral Fri Foto, Fri Bliss

 

Last two images also for Photo a Week

Store in evening. It’s Sacramento, but they are not used to
photographers. While taking my shot,
immediately someone came walking to the front:)
Town mentality where I still can leave my purse in the car.
Weekend Reflections, Photo a Week

 

Evening clock and Doors
(also a reflection seen on the door).
The night sky is darker than this,
but wanted to show the time on the clock
in Roseville , CA
Thurs. Door, Photo a Week

 

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35 Comments

  1. I am behind yet again…it has not been an easy road for my new granddaughter…Now she has a milk allergy which is why she has been so very fussy…Of course had to changed doctors to get diagnosis…We are making more frequent trips to help….Michelle

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Oh dear, It’s a terrible helpless feeling when babies are not feeling well:( Don’t worry about getting behind, Michelle – your family is more important!

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    2. The baby is feeling better and she is seeing a new doc. I am hopeful now and I did update the page

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  2. Debbie Smyth says:

    That’s a great view of San Diego harbour, and I love the style

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  3. The antique shop looks a bit like a crooked house!

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  4. susankmann says:

    What a wonderful collection of photos. They are gorgeous x #SundaySnap

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  5. Roger says:

    I used to watch the TV show Wagon Train!

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  6. it sure lookes like ti

    Have a heartwarming en splendid ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    M e l o d y (team ABC-W)
    https://melodyk.nl/24-x

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Thank you Melody! I am really behind with things, so today I read about you stopping with ABC, the end of the year. Wat jammer! Hope some is going totake your place:)

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  7. I love the painting and the photo of the wine glasses, Jesh.

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Thank you Jean!

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  8. James says:

    I like the photos and the painting is BEAUTIFUL!

    I don’t have connection to Switzerland in fact I didn’t even know about my Swiss roots until 2017. However, strangely I had a very strong urge to go to Switzerland for several years and when I went in 2010 I told my wife that I wanted to stay because I felt like was meant to be there. It was like Switzerland had a type of magnetic pull on me. Probably a coincidence but still strange. 🙂 The only reason I haven’t been back is because it’s too expensive.

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  9. yogiabb says:

    I love your wide variety of shots. I got a macro lens last year and am still delighted with the photos it allows me to take.

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      I seldomly use the macro lens, because I have to put on another lens. But with the Tamron zoom lens – I could keep that on all the time (but the zooming device broke, so am back to square one:) )

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  10. Norm 2.0 says:

    Nice doors and facade on that antiques place. Also, I love that clock in the last shot. Fun post 🙂

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Thank you Norm – was off my blog for a few days – things are not as organized as they were before, especially when I’m painting, and hubs is doing a renovation on the house:) Have a great week ahead!

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  11. Michelle Keltner says:

    I like that clock and the glassware. We have a similar clock in my small town. Thanks for linking up.

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  12. Peter B. says:

    I’ve never heard the term “painter’s sky”, but I like it! Very descriptive. Beautiful shot with your macro lens. Wonderful painting of the SD Harbor!

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  13. stevensonque says:

    The foirst photo gives me peace and there’s something in it that makes me feel like its moving. You have captured the dynamics of those clouds, love it! And that San Diego painting was amazing! I spent some of my formative years in San Diego and those memories will always stay with me (and of its perfect weather I must say compared to oven baked heat here in the Philippines HAHA) Happy Weekend ahead!

    https://www.stevensonque.com

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Thank you! for visiting me! We used to live about an hour away from San Diego and have spent many weekends there, relaxing! Yes, perfect weather, and not as trafficy as in Los Angeles, haha.

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  14. Angie says:

    Jesh – love your painting of the harbor. I am glad you explained the background; at first I thought the boats had been piled up after a storm! I also like the pictures of the glassware, although I didn’t understand the reference to the store staff coming when they saw you taking a picture. What was the concern? Have a great week!

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  15. The Pepper was funny, the painting lovely, and that Hydrangea gorgeous! They’re my favorite flower.

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  16. riitta k says:

    Beautiful reflections Jesh. The boat painting is interesting but maybe my favourite is that one with tourquoise glasses!

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Thank you Riitta, I loved the turquoise glasses – so elegant:)

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  17. anne leueen says:

    You have accomplished a lot in this one post. Nice one!

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Don’t know if I would be so courageous to ride a horse, so quickly after a surgery (am assuming it was a surgery!). Hope you’re doing well!

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  18. Robert says:

    Wow! You packed a lot in there!

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Why don’t I look at my own comment section, before visiting you! Thanks for your comment, Robert! By now you know why there’s a lot in this post:)

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  19. Dan Antion says:

    I love the scene with the block – that’s a stunning photo.

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Thank you, Dan! Guess you mean the clock? It’s okay:)
      I looked for your one-liner, but didn’t see it…

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    2. Dan Antion says:

      Yes, clock – typos…

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