|Sunlight and dandelions|
Grandpa Neelly didn't retreat to his recliner in the other room. He seemed just as anxious to see what Walt had for us on a Sunday night. (He was equally as enamored with Lassie and Rin Tin Tin.) I'm sure we watched those programs at home, too, but it was somehow different at Grandma's and Grandpa's house.
My natural inclination is to view things in "living color." I guess I'm still the little girl who first watched television on a black and white set in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Boy, were we lucky when we got that first color television set!
Even though Kansas was portrayed in "The Wizard of Oz" as black and white, I like my Sunflower State in full color. But the challenge this past week for Snapshot Kansas on Facebook was black and white images.(Today, there's a new challenge, but I'm still focused on black and white for now.)
|Wheat on a dewy morning|
|A neighbor's cattle drive on horseback|
|Moisture on white spring flowers|
|A cross found in an old falling-down barn|
|Sunlight on another old barn|
|A lonely tree|
|Cottonwood canopy - the road to the Rattlesnake Pasture|