While outside, I thought I'd take a photo of where I sit in my chair. This is from across the street on the sidewalk in front of Albertina Kerr. To get to my sitting and observing spot, I come through that barely visible wooden gate in the shade, open the chair, then put it beside the low, gray-painted wall and the sidewalk that comes from the gate--it is blocked from view by the green car parked at the curb.
This is the evergreen that I photographed and posted yesterday, well, one bit of it anyway. I'm not certain if it's a tree or a shrub, and I have no idea if it will grow any taller. The part that I photographed points towards the low, gray-painted wall where I rest my feet when sitting in my folding aluminum law chair, there in the shade.
Since I didn't bring my chair outside today, I rested for a few minutes leaning on the low, gray-painted wall. I twisted around and decided to take this photo, just to get an idea of how the camera would do. If you're at my blog often, you'll recognize the banana plants at the entrance sidewalk.