Category Archive: My Photography

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Bond of Friendship

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge topic is Pets and Farm Animals. I chose pets. Met this couple at the park and talked a bit. A few minuets later I saw… Continue reading

Friendly Friday Challenge – Quiet Places

This week Friendly Friday Challenge is hosted by Forestwood and the topic is Quiet Places. Here’s a quiet place to sit, think, have lunch, and watch the Mississippi River flow by.

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Fountains and Sprinklers

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge topic is Fountains and Sprinklers. I chose a close up of water shooting up and coming back down.

Sunday Trees: Fall Colors

Sunday Trees is a blog post dedicated to Trees and is hosted by Becca Givens. Here is my fall entry:

Fruit of the Lake

As I’ve been walking more and taking photos, I’ve learned there are fruit trees and vines around my backyard pond. Unfortunately, I don’t think they’re edible. I labeled the first two I know.… Continue reading

Sunday Tree: Fall Colors

Sunday Trees is hosted by Becca Givens and is all about the beauty of trees. I not sure if this is a bush or a twig of a tree. Either way, it’s welcoming… Continue reading

Sunday Trees: Little Sapling

Papa tree stands tall and strong and out of his root comes his little sapling ready to spread his branches. Sunday Trees is a blog dedicated to the beauty of trees.

One Park at a Time: Tiny Wild Flowers

I posted photographs I’ve taken over the years of Silver Lake View. I like to roam the country side and explore parks. But this summer, I stayed home walked around the Silver Lake… Continue reading

Friendly Friday Photo: Man of the Hour

This week The Sandy Chronicles hosts Friendly Friday: STREET ART. Here is mine: In case you do not recognize his face, this is Bob Dylan, a famous American singer-songwriter, who started his career in… Continue reading

On the Hunt for Joy Challenge: Saving the Memories

This week Cee’s On the Hunt for Joy Challenge is Put FLOWERS Next to Your Bed. A rose given by a loved one. Keeping the petals even as they fall off.

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