A Morning Slog

I love New Mexico and my job and myself in general when I go for that dawn walk along Tingley Beach. Now and then however it’s not so invigorating, in fact it’s just trudging along because walking is good for me. Today was just such a morning–but made tolerable–no, more than tolerable–actually pleasurable by searching for photo ops. With a challenge. No duck/goose photos allowed. Here’s the morning:

I didn't say no birds, just no ducks or geese.

I didn’t say no birds, just no ducks or geese.

Starting a trend, like the Pont des Arts.

Starting a trend, like the Pont des Arts.

After all the American, Latin America history classes I've take that included references to the Rio Grande, I love that it is so near where I live. Like my own personal river.

After all the American, Latin America history classes I’ve take that included references to the Rio Grande, I love that it is so near where I live. Like my own personal river.

Wonder if this went with yesterday's shoe? Different street corner though.

Wonder if this went with yesterday’s shoe? Different street corner though.

Little lost shoes.

Little lost shoes.

As I was taking this pic an employee (I suppose) drove by, slowed way down, stopped, stared at me for awhile and then drove in the lot. And yes, if you read this, I do work for the KGB.

As I was taking this pic an employee (I suppose) drove by, slowed way down, stopped, stared at me for awhile and then drove in the lot. And yes, if you read this, I do work for the KGB.

More wildlife.

More wildlife.

 

 

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About mneset

Writer, Traveler, Director/North Fourth Art Center

Posted on June 27, 2014, in Living LIFE and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Well, we must be vigilant about suspicious people take pictures. How can you work for the KGB? They went out of business. Well, really not, they just have a “softer name” The institute for Russian Warm and Fuzziness, or something like that. I had no idea you had Snowy Egrets in New Mexico. We have lots of them here…we have water, you don”t. The flower is beautiful, the clothing not so.

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