Monochrome Monday: William Livingstone Memorial Lighthouse

This memorial lighthouse was constructed in 1929 and can be found on Belle Isle in Detroit Michigan on the North East end of the island park. For more information about this historic landmark please visit: https://detroithistorical.org/learn/encyclopedia-of-detroit/livingstone-memorial-lighthouse

Monochrome Monday: Apricot Punch Calibrachoa

This flower is also known Calibrachoa, Million Bells, the Trailing Petunia, or the Mini Petunia. This flower is often confused for a Petunia but the primary difference between the two plant species is that Calibrachoa tends to grow lower than Petunias. Calibrachoa flowers also tend to be smaller than Petunias.

Monochrome Monday: Unfrosted Toaster Pastry

Such a sad thing, that one’s breakfast pastry is not only unfrosted but untoasted as well, although I’ve heard that they are also delectably delicious if eaten frozen but that too is not the case for this room temperature treat.