Okay, folks, I’m down to the last bit of gas in the tank, so send in your photos and captions (maximum two) if you’d like to be in this feature. I’d hate to have to curtail it given the number of people who subscribe.
Today’s reader is Terry Sheldon, and I won’t hold it against him that he sent three photos. His captions are indented:
My academic credentials are no match for those of many of your readers. I’m just a civil engineer/landscape architect with a one-person practice in south central PA, not far from Gettysburg. I don’t have any photos of quarantine activities but I’d like to share a couple from an activity I have missed greatly during the pandemic: performing on stage. I’m no professional but I’ve made friends with a bunch of very talented people in the area and we have a lot of fun together putting on some marvelous shows.
The first photo is a selfie taken prior to my most recent performance of my one-man representation of Edgar Allan Poe last October. It takes a good bit of makeup, hair color and imagination for me to impersonate someone who died at the age of 40, but it’s a role I thoroughly enjoy.
The second photo is from another role I love, but for different reasons. The part is that of Dr. Everett Scott in “The Rocky Horror Show”. The show is so much fun to perform and the part allows me to just let loose and show a different side of me; one with fishnets and high heels among other things.
The final photo is a very rare image of all three of my cats peacefully reposing in a single location. All three are rescue cats of one ilk or another. On the right, showing us her good side, is Comet. On the left is Lord John Grey, my newest felid friend. Last but not least, in the center is Oliver, who will be my entry if you ever have a Hili look-alike contest.