I’ve often wondered about reflections. Do they catch the real image? Are the colors reflected accurately Which image do I prefer? Am I recalling truthfully. All of these questions are answered depending on my mood, my mental state, and how I feel at any given moment. How I remember something and how the picture looks… Continue reading Reflections on Weekly Prompts
‘I’ll beat you’ I hollered as we raced to the edge of the lake and powered our way toward a floating dock filled with youngsters wearing swimming attire popular in the late 1940’s. The floating dock that inspired many swimming competitions as a kid. Whose hand touched first was never the point. It was the challenge… Continue reading Weekly Prompts: Parks
My summers were spent in this southeastern Oklahoma town with my grandparents, and one of my favorite memories was of going to the state park 5 miles out-of-town and swimming in Carlton Lake. The rock building housed the bathrooms and the dressing areas for swimmers, picnickers and hikers, and was built by the CCC workers… Continue reading Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo Challenge—CCC Built
My favorite place since childhood has been Robber’s Cave State Park just out of Wilburton, Oklahoma. The cave where early day outlaws hid from the law is part of this serene scene on the shores of Carlton Lake. See more wonderful pictures at https://mirthandmotivation.com/2018/03/21/photo-challenge-favorite-places/ Early Morning Mist on Carlton Lake … Continue reading Favorite Places I Would Rather Be…
I received this challenge from my friend Cee at https://ceenphotography.com Rules are Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone new each day.http://andytownend.com/ Today I challenge Osyth at https://osyth.org Come join the fun and enter the Seven Day Challenge!
Don’t you want to run your hand over the rough rocks, shuffle your feet in the fallen leaves, and cling to the fragile tree limbs? Fall offers such wonderful textures. The leaves, wood and rocks provide a multitude of textures that encourage me to touch them all. https://narami.wordpress.com/4486-2/
The closest I get to hiking is when I wear my favorite t-shirt from my favorite park. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/hike/