Roses don't bloom in cold weather, do they? This one did--on October 1--and there are still some blooming in sheltered locations even today, on November 2.
When I first started this blog about the unexpected attractions of Corning, I was casually taking photos on my daily walks. The blog evolved over time and someone suggested I offer more words to accompany each photo, which I've done most times.
I've been struggling with whether or not to continue this blog. What started out as a desire to have fun taking and sharing photos has turned into pressure to produce certain themes, regular postings and to learn more about my cameras.
I've seriously thought of closing down this blog and may still make that choice. But, first I'll be attempting to get myself back on track. Back to where I truly enjoy what I'm doing... the entire process, not just trying to please my readers.
Have you "Liked" Corning NY Step By Step on Facebook yet? Lots of extra photos being posted there--including an album on the Wineglass Marathon, the High School renovation and enlargement, and the Patterson Bridge reconstruction project. Like the page and it'll be added to your FB News Feed so you'll know when I've posted a new blog entry.
It was several minutes before I realized that this service dog, accompanying the woman in front of me, was laying under the bus seat and had stretched itself out so it extended back into my area.