As part of Cee’s flower of the day challenge, I am sharing a photo of a flower I took while in Kenya several years ago. I forgot I had taken it, so it was a lovely surprise to find it in my archives. https://ceenphotography.com/2016/06/26/flower-of-the-day-june-27-2016-poeny/
Hi, I’m Jasmine, Jaz for short. I’m mad. I’m wet. I’m unhappy. I’m in attack mode. This is how I look and feel AFTER a bath! https://hughsviewsandnews.com/2016/06/21/hughs-weekly-photo-challenge-week-30-after/
Okay, I’m hooked. I am having more fun watching the fledgings as they have grown over the past 2 weeks. It’s like they grow an inch an hour. Amazing. I’ve taken pictures every day from the day the nest was built of mud and whatever, to today when the first birdlet flew from the nest… Continue reading Birds Of A Feather–Part 2
My entry in Cee’s Flower of the Day post is this beauty.
I’m fascinated by these new born birds that instintively know to open their beaks for food, and then duck down in the nest if someone comes near. If You Want More Followers, Then Leave a Link for Me to Share! https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/open/ “Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 29 – ‘Open’
Originally posted on Norm 3.0:
Last week I posted about our time at the annual Ottawa Tulip Festival. Here is the promised follow-up with the rest of the best of my pics from that visit: These were all taken at Commissioners Park near Dow’s Lake. For those interested in attending next year, the 65th edition of the Ottawa Tulip Festival…
As part of Sylvain Landry’s monthly photo event, my contributions to her Blue theme include these pictures. http://www.sylvain-landry.com/sl-week/sl-week-47-blue.html
What is it about reflections that causes us to pause, take a breath, sigh, and reach for our camera? This week’s Emotography challenge has the theme of Reflections, and I realized as I perused my photos, that I have a LOT of pictures of ponds, lakes, and rivers showing reflections from the other side. There is… Continue reading Emotography–Reflections
This was a dance routine I saw while in San Miguel, Mexico, and it demonstrates how we stretch and are stretched, but continue to be connected. These dancers were able to intertwine, separate, be drawn back in, all while expressing themselves individually as they stretched their boundaries. It was a graceful and interesting dance. Emotography… Continue reading Stretched in Dance
Originally posted on Bonnywood Manor:
There’s nothing like waking up in the morning and not being able to figure out what you did with the Silly Putty that you were playing with the night before during a round of self-pity vodka-drinking… ?