As we drove to the restaurant, we encountered the first bits of "wintery mix."
It wasn't too long ago all the roadways looked something like this, either rain, snow, or a wintery mix.
I seem to have this obsession with taking photos now that I have a camera that doesn't produce fuzzy, out of focus photos (say that three times fast).
It felt like we had a LONG way to go on the frontage road.
Much longer than I anticipated.
Wasn't I just talking about fuzzy, out of focus photos?
I suspect the problem was the camera focused on the rain and ice as it hit the window. Since it was taken with my "old" Nikon, the settings were more limited, and there was no depth of field I could focus on.
I reminded Sally she had to smile when I take her photo.
I liked the restaurant with its funky floors and the artwork that paid homage to the private plane industry that is so prevalent in Wichita, KS. After all, we ARE known as the aircraft capital of the world.
For it being so gray and forlorn outside, the restaurant was vibrant with color.
Once I got all the photos off my SD card, I realized I had no photos of the menu, only a plug for Solo's.
Somehow I remembered to take a photo of our lemon water, but failed to take any of our omelets, that came a few minutes later.
What have you been up to this week? Share the love by linking below. Show a drink, art made using something drink related, or share some photos that have caught your eye that are drink related. Scrapbook pages, altered art, mixed media, handmade books or greeting cards, anything drink related is fair game. We'd love to see and share it. Bleubeard and I, along with many T members, will be by to visit, too. Remember, your photos can be taken any time, not just on Tuesday.
BTW, I'd love to leave a comment for Nikki D., but I am told I MUST join G+ in order to leave a comment. I have a problem with authority figures, I guess (grin).