Solders, mechanics, medics, and everyone else in the Armed Forces, we salute you and thank you for all of the great work you have and will do to protect our country. Land, water, and sea you will stop at nothing to protect America, thank you for your service.
The famous George Washington was sitting proudly on a bench in the Dallas Arboretum. He was staring ahead like a war was going on over there. I went beside him and snapped a head shot before leaving. We will always salute you and treasure you George, thank you for your service.
The fish in this pond were not blue and there weren't two fish (unless you count the part of the fish in the picture). I was walking along when I saw a pond of about 20 fish. They swam close to me and I took a few pictures of them before returning to my walk.
Since the sky has white clouds with a blue background, what if we designed it with flowers, white and blue flowers. This is exactly what the Dallas Arboretum did. As we strolled through the monster garden, I looked and saw the flowers, then looked up at the sky. An extremely similar match.
Happy May 4th, or as you Star Wars geeks call it, may the force be with you. I was lucky enough to share this picture with you from the inside of the Texas Rangers dugout. As happy as you are Star Wars fans about the new movie coming out, I still haven't gotten lucky enough to watch more than 15 minutes of any movie in the series.
Within the Texas Rangers stadium, you have multiple layers on the field, the dirt, grass and stands. What we see in the stands are stands, stands, and more stands, I guess sitting in the dugout does have its benefits.