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Writing is much easier for me than photography, [Don’t get me wrong; writing is hard work, but photography is even harder work!] and it is an understatement to say I am not a professional photographer.

With that said, I do love the art form. Since my husband and I travel extensively around the world, I have the opportunity to see many wonderful images each day, worth remembering and worth sharing…

So here is my humble daily offering. The latest photo is at the bottom, so you must scroll down…

Daily Photo


“Almond Pink and Sky Blue”

Almonds trees in bloom in the Troodos mountains of Cyprus, February 17, 209


“Wooden Gate With a Peek Hole”

A wooden gate outside a home in the mountain village of Geresa, Cyprus. February 18, 2009


“Mosque and Sky”

Ancient mosque outside of Larnaka, Cyprus, February 19, 2009


Gourds hanging in a little shop in Lania, Cyprus, Feb. 20, 2009



Paphos, Cyprus, February 21, 2009


“Rusty Fence”

Troodos Mountains, Cyprus, February 23, 2009



Trimiklini, Cyprus, February 24, 2009


“Scarlet Fingers”

Trimiklini, Cyprus, February 25, 2009


Lania, Cyprus, February 27, 2009


Troodos Mountains, Cyprus, February 28, 2009


“Cross Shadow”

Koilani, Cyprus, March 1, 2009


“The Wine Maker”

Omidos, Cyprus, March 2, 2009


“Light through Glass”

Orthodox Church, Troodos Mountains, Cyprus, March 3, 2009


“Three Oranges”

Omidos, Cyprus, March 4, 2009


“Bright Afternoon”

Trimiklini, Cyprus, March 5, 2009



On the veranda of the English Teapot Cafe in Agios Georgios, Cyprus, March 6, 2009



Graveyard in Timiklini, Cyprus, March 8, 2009



Limassol beach, Cyprus, March 9, 2009


“Cyprus Rainbow”

Trimiklini, Cyprus, March 10, 2009



Trimiklini, Cyprus, March 11, 2009


“Through a Glass Darkly”

Jerusalem, Israel, March 14, 2009


“Israeli Signage”

Beit Shemesh, Israel, March 18, 2009


“Defused Light”

Jerusalem, Israel, YMCA coffee shop, March 19, 2009


Odessa, Ukraine, April 2, 2009


Texas, May 7, 2009


“Backyard Squirrel” May 28, 2009, Texas


In memory of “Oreo,” who said good-bye to us on April 11, 2013. He was 19 years old and had lived in four countries. He saw more of the world from the living room window of wherever he found himself each day than most of the world. He was my faithful companion who followed me constantly — even in the middle of the night. If I went to sleep in the recliner or downstairs to get cooler or more comfortable, he joined me just as soon as he realized I had moved. He waited outside the bathroom door patiently. He climbed on my lap as soon as I would sit down. He walked across my computer and pawed at my book if he needed attention. This loss will pass the the pain heal, but today, well, I’m just sad, so sad to be alone.


May 6, 2013, Jerusalem, Israel


May 12, 2013 in Tabgha, Israel


Upper Galilee, Israel, May14, 2013


8 thoughts on “photo

  1. Nice photos Bonnie. You have a good eye. The camera helps too! I love photography. I started a group called Painting with Light on FB. Why don’t you post some things there?

  2. Bonnie, you sell yourself way short in your abilities. Your love for photography expresses itself in each shot. You have a good eye, and your subjects become a stand out in each photo. Your photos tell a story all their own as they capture our imagination. This seems important to me, as without the eye of the camera, they would remain unseen and unsung to so many, and they have such value once revealed. This was a true blessing to me today to wander through the site and explore. The great thing is that I have only begun! I have so much still to discover! Thank you, Bonnie!

  3. Bonnie: your photography is enviable! It’s lovely, touching, and educaional. You highlight the ordinary and showcase it into an extraordinary vision.

  4. Your photos are gorgeous!!! I found you when I searched for the Wailing Wall through yahoo images! God is good!!!

  5. Your photos are lovely. I found your site while looking for a Borscht recipe. My daughter in Law is from the Ukraine. She lives in Texas an me in Oklahoma. My Grandson is 8 years old. She makes wonderful Borscht . I’m going to try to make it. This looks a lot like hers. Yummy!!
    Yes we are to be like him, doers of the word, changing from Glory to Glory. Gail
    Here is a book I recommend for those who are changing, ” The Manifestation of the son’s of God ” By, L Edward Kjos His site is;

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