Palm Of My Hand / Palma De La Mano

I’ll be back at the ophthalmologist this afternoon and I’m expecting a green light (vivid green) to get back to my regular activities. It’s been two weeks since my cataract surgery and, as far as I can tell, all is finally well.

I met friends for coffee (I had a smoothie) yesterday afternoon and on the walk home around 6:30 I saw this view — distinctly, clearly, and in all its magnificent technicolor glory.

Volveré al oftalmólogo esta tarde y estoy esperando una luz verde (verde intenso) para volver a mis actividades habituales. Han pasado dos semanas desde mi cirugía de cataratas y, por lo que puedo decir, todo está finalmente bien.

Conocí a unos amigos para tomar un café (tomé un batido) ayer por la tarde y en el camino a casa alrededor de las 6:30 vi esta vista, claramente, y en todo su esplendor.

Author: Moving with Mitchell

From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..

23 thoughts on “Palm Of My Hand / Palma De La Mano”

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  1. Mitchell! I’ve been missing your posts…I need to get a link to your new blog on my sidebar. I didn’t realize that you had had surgery. I’m sorry! I hope you’re recovering well. Hugs from your slacker blog friend! ❤

  2. Happy to hear your eye is back!
    Listening to your doctor and SG has paid off, eh?
    LOVE these photos, Mitchell! And that hand/palm!!

    1. Jim,
      Perfect. A great visit with the doctor. And the photos amaze me. That was exactly how it looked at that moment. Absolutely no photo editing!

    1. Wilma,
      I told the doctor I saw the house … before I sat down in the chair. But once I sat down he didn’t even need to ask. He looked into my eye and said Perfect!

    1. Judy,
      And that is right out of the camera. No Photoshop! No color adjustments! Just beauty and perfect timing. And just across the street!

    1. Kirk:
      We’ve got two of these on our beach, a couple miles apart. Fuengirola doesn’t do a great job with their permanent public sculptures. This is one of the best and it can be purchased by anyone at a local statuary place.

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