Art I find; the art of repair; art I work to create.
More art at Bethany’s Diner at the airport.
Walking past a cargo trailer on an evening walk, I move closer to catch just the name. I didn’t expect the reflection!
BI Volvo, waiting for restoration or looking for a new home.
The art of repair: Tim replaces the tires on Sheila’s garden cart.
Tires successfully replaced, Tim takes the cart on a test run.
Sheila watches Tim make a test run with the cart.
Tim adjusts the derailleur on my tricycle. The ride is smoother after he makes the adjustments.
With a better smoother ride I take an island tour. The rock has changed color.
One of my favorite Block Island garages.
Smoke Bush. I love them. Are they OK to plant? Should I worry if they aren’t native?
I ride up Payne Road every year, just to pass through this spot.
Back at the cottage: Dogwood in Sheila’s yard. I want to make a photograph but don’t know how to start.
I bring some flowers inside. This insect is a distraction. With help from an insect ID group, this insect is (I hope) a fungus gnat.
I wanted to present this picture to Sheila on her birthday. That was five days ago. The image took quite a while to capture. Happy Birthday, Sheila!