Hubby and I wandered around a lot with three Tiny Houses on it. They weren’t open for viewing at the time, so all we got to see was the outside. They were all about 399 square feet of living space.
Oops, a reflection of hubby in this one.
Thursday is for Doors over at Norm 2.0.
Our warm weather lasted into November and there were still butterflies hanging around.
At the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
I found these cute critters hanging around just outside the library.
My first self portrait. I sat in front of the bathroom mirror for this session.
I’m just now learning to draw the face components. Separately, I’ve worked on lips, eyes, noses, mouths. I thought it would be funny to draw my self portrait just as I’m starting out and then draw it again later (much later).
This sort of looks like what I think I look like. It fits my general description, but I don’t think anyone would look at it and say, “Hey, that’s Tresha!”
It seems odd to me that I couldn’t draw myself to be any more recognizable.
This is a fun waterfall at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. There is a path in the structure so that you can walk behind the waterfall. You can see a little bit of the painted wall through the water here.
I’m still learning how to slow the shutter speed down for waterfalls and such.