Tag Archive: photography

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.

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

Sunday Trees: Eight Little Trees in a Row

Sunday Trees is about the wondrous beauty of trees hosted by Becca Givens. Here is my entry:

One Park at a Time: One Splendid River

My last post inspired this post. The Mississippi River travels 2,348 mi, 3778 km, from Lake Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico. I have lived near both ends. It starts as a creek… Continue reading

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: A Single Step

This week’s Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is Anything Made from Wood. Here is my entry: A single step along a wooden path to an adventurous journey.

Friendly Friday Challenge – Beauty of Color

This week Friendly Friday Photo Challenge is hosted my Amanda of ForestWood.  The topic is color Color Harmonies. Nature is a master at color harmony. Here is my entry:

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Prince of the Mound

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge topic is shadows and reflections. I choice Reflections.

Beauty of Sunday Trees: 456

Sunday Trees is hosted by Becca Givens. All trees are made of the same things, trunks, branches and leaves. And yet there is some much variety and beauty. We had a hot and… Continue reading

Friendly Friday Photo Chalenge: Friendship

This week The Sandy Chronicles s hosting Friendly Friday Photo, which is Friendship.  Friendship is even more important during this covid shut down. Even if we can’t get together in person there are… Continue reading

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