July 2019 Orations
Happy July! Hope your fourth was patriotic and safe! This month I am continuing the driftwood theme begun in June. I mentioned that driftwood, hollow trees, fallen timber and stark leafless trees are some of my favorite subjects. This month I am featuring a trip to Alberta, Canada. The northern end of St. Mary Lake in Glacier National Park continues on the Canadian side and becomes Waterton National Park in Alberta. There is a lot of driftwood strewn on both sides of the border. Another interesting lake is Cameron Lake, Alberta, and Cameron Creek, which leads into it also featured some interesting driftwood and fallen trees. These are interesting, intricate formations in themselves and I love the way they look. Take a look and see what you think. These are available on the website under Trees/driftwood and Trips & Travels/Alberta.
This month Obscure Observations is having a Fine Art Photography Show and Sale as a benefit to the Food Box Program at St. Matthew United Methodist Church in Mesa, AZ. This is an extremely important and beneficial program to feed the needy people in that neighborhood. If you live in the area, come by and see what is available. The church is located at 2540 W. Baseline Road., Mesa, 85202. Time: 1-3:30 p.m.
We also have the PayPal reinstated on the website, and you may order from there. I am sorry that we have been without ordering ability for so long, but that is up and running once again and I hope you will explore the website and find something you would like to have.
Thank you for your patience while we reconstructed the website. Please explore (www.obscureobservations.com) and allow us to serve you with some new fine art photography. Until next month…
Peace from the Desert…