Finally on our way back from the docks, Dad and I stopped at Roseland Park and I got some decent pics of the fat bottomed Geese that I have so many vicious memories of! :P That night, I took a photo of my childhood cat, Turkish, who obviously did not forget me cause he slept with me most nights I was there!
Thanksgiving Visit Home Pt.5 (2013)
It wouldnt be a visit home if I hadnt been able to snag some pics of the local wildlife at the docks! I even got some pics of the Fred Hartman Bridge and the Port of Houston.
Thanksgiving Visit Home Pt.4 (2013)
Well, seems like both my parents and myself made some friends while I was visiting. A group of feral cats have made under our house and porch their new home. Since then, My parents and the neighbors have been feeding and trapping and spaying/neutering them, which I think is just awesome. They dont bother anyone and help keep the vermin levels down so…let em stay! :) Plus the kittens were SO CURIOUS and photobombed a bunch of shots I took…LOL
As far as the big daddy tom cat goes, Im not quite sure what happened to him. He was VERY scared of people and was VERY injured as you can see. Its sad, but he more than likely did not make it.
Thanksgiving Visit Home Pt.3 (2013)
Once again, small family, LOTTA FOOD! Thanksgiving is possibly my favorite time of the year - and BOY DOES MY MOM KNOW IT! Ham or Turkey? How about BOTH?!
Thanksgiving Visit Home Pt.2 (2013)
Took some time aside to photograph some quirky things my folks had outside in the backyard flowerbeds. My Dad loves his frog. :P
November Thanksgiving Visit Home (2013)
Good Family, Good Friends, GOOD FOOD! I went back to Baytown, TX November 19th to stay a week with my parents for Thanksgiving. They did not disappoint! From day 1, the meat went on the pit - even though Thanksgiving was a little less than a week away! Beef Ribs, Brisket, and Turkey were meats of choice!
Feeling spiritual today. Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, and Taoism have always enthralled me. Something about the artwork just calms the senses. I love the bright colors of the Indian artistry and how it makes you feel happy just looking at it. The calming serene landscapes of the Asian portraits do much to ease away stress. I wish I knew more about them, especially from someone who knows about them first hand. I do miss that about Houston. There were so many people from so many parts of the globe there, especially India. :-/