I’m having issues remembering things lately. I’ve just been busy with guests and errands and life in general. I start to do something and forget what I was doing two seconds later. I just forgot that I was boiling eggs and left them on the stove for 40 minutes. Oops. At least they didn’t burn!
I was trying to find a way to transition from eggs to this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge theme. The theme is circles and curves, and eggs are curved. Trinity pointed that out. I couldn’t think of a clever way to pull it off, and they all seemed corny.
So…. eggs are curved and all the things in the following photos are as well!
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has this amazing collection of Pennsylvania Dutch pottery.
These hypnotic circles were part of a display at the Baltimore Science Center.
This bridge with beautiful archways is located in Fairmount Park.
My In-Laws have this globe thistle growing on their property in Maine. I tried to talk Daniel into digging some bulbs up for me, but he didn’t want to deal with the thorns. I are sad because I think it’s beautiful.
This is a directional bullseye lens for a lighthouse. Don’t ask me what that means.
This circle around the moon appeared the night before Frankenstorm Sandy hit. I guess it is a sign of an impending storm!
Even the domed ceilings are beautiful at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. For those keeping score, this is a bunch of circles in concentric circles around a round window on a domed/curved ceiling. Bonus points are deserved, I think.
This round coin is actually a Nobel Prize that is on display at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia.
Of course this painting, Circles in a Circle by Wassily Kandinsky, is fitting of this challenge.
Yeah. I don’t know what’s wrong with me, either. At least I’m still in a good mood, right?
How was your day? Did you do anything totally stupid or forget a billion things like I did?
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