Monday, November 14, 2016

Ready to Race

These three look ready to race their tractors 
at the Orrville Tractor Show last Saturday.

The event brings tractor enthusiasts from Alabama and nearby states
 and features lots of activities for children in addition 
to antique tractors, cars and engines. 

Friday, November 4, 2016


Who wouldn't love a handmade doll or stuffed critter? 

The ladies at By Jeanann not only make these adorable huggables
 but clothes to fit American Girl dolls, purses, quilts
 and most anything out of fabric scraps. 

I found these at Lilly Beck Originals outdoor vendors sale
 that continues through today.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Dakota Path

Selma artist Cindy Stoudenmire really rocks the pen and ink!

"Dakota Path" is among works on paper now on display 
at "Celebrating the Art of Paper" Show & Sale at ArtsRevive's
 Carneal Cultural Center. The exhibition honors the 50th anniversary
 of International Paper's Riverdale Mill near Selma. 

The show continues every Friday and Saturday, 
Nov. 3-4, Nov. 14-15 and Nov. 21-22 from noon until 4 p.m.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

And the Drought Goes On

The colors, they are a'changin' early this year but not without a quick wilt!

As soon as the ginkgo leaves turn from green to gold, they crumple!
 And that is no thanks to this extended heat and drought!
 James Spann says the drought may break by mid-November,
 and cooler air is on the way.  

Linking to City Daily Photo
November Theme Day, Out of Focus

Friday, August 5, 2016

Sunrise at the River

A palette of pastels spreads across an early-morning sky
 above the Alabama River in Selma.

Linking to Skywatch Friday

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Lilies at Valley Grande Park

These delicate white lilies were still blooming at Valley Grande Park
 a couple of weeks ago. They resemble the famous Cahaba River lilies
 in Bibb County. Does anyone know what type of lily these are?

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

The Horsehead Fountain

One of Selma's most unusual sites in the horsehead fountain
 on Water Avenue. Located at the entrance of Lafayette Park 
and corner of the St. James Hotel, it makes a great photo op!

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Morning in Lafayette Park

It's early morning, but the sun is already bright in Lafayette Park. 

At left is the Bridgetender's House where the operator
 of the old swing bridge lived. The marker in the center explains its history.
 That bridge was replaced in 1940 by the Edmund Pettus Bridge. 

Monday, August 1, 2016

August Theme Day (My City's Skyline)

Along Dallas Avenue looking east toward Broad Street, church steeples
 form Selma's skyline. I caught this view shortly after sunrise.
 At left, you can barely see Cornerstone Presbyterian.
 At right is Church Street United Methodist, and just to the left
 of it is First Baptist, Lauderdale Street. 

Linking to City Daily Photo Blogs August Theme Day (My City's Skyline)

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Flag Day in the USA

It's Flag Day in the USA, and in this archived photo, Old Glory flies
 at a business across the street from the Federal Courthouse
 in downtown Selma.

Linking to Our World Tuesday

Our World Tuesday Graphic


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