Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
Well, that depends on who the good friend is. Where you live it might well be a Gila monster or a rattlesnake not to mention Mrs. scorpion.
it does! it does! i love those shadows and the color and the composition.
It certainly does, Sharon, it's a lovely spot!
This is a quintessential Southwest image. Love everything about it - makes me feel good to look at it.
Looks perfect. I will bring my sunglasses, coffee mug and my book..... See you there?
Or soak up the winter sun and read a good book perhaps! Such a pretty spot Sharon.
Porches come in all shapes and sizes. I like this one sinc it is so Southwest. Think I'll stay and sit awhile. Want to join me?
My kind of place.
Oh yes, ma'am, it sure does. I love how you captured the shadows here. Something tells me you were a geometry whiz in school.
Very nice composition of an inviting spot. Not many people have font porches in homes built in the last 50 years.
I like the color of those chairs, they look nice against the adobe house.
Nice, soothing colors. I think a front porch says a lot about the rest of the house.
A wonderful place!
Are those streams of sunlight that your camera captured? I agree with you and think that more builders should incorporate porches on their homes!
Yes, but we need a few more chairs.
Oh Yes!!! Love those rockers.
I'm up for a visit.
I would be nice to sit here and drink a tea.
This photoblog is rich fat and talented! I can see idea and art in every post. Great!Here I love colors, composition, the shadow and the special eye which mixed all the ingredients together!
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