“A picture is worth a thousand words.” We are so blessed in this digital age to have a means to take photographs, and then immediately re-take them if the result is not what we had imagined it would be. That process used to take days or weeks, while the opportunity passed.
Here in the dead of winter, I am cheered by my screensaver flashing the glories of the bygone summer garden.
As with the photos of old, we don’t always label the digital ones. This morning, I was attempting to remedy this shortcoming.
“Yes, that was a pretty daylily,” I thought, as I came upon a photo. Was it “Peach Magnolia?” The label simply said “img.36732.jpg,” or something similar and probably longer. Continue reading “The Unknown”