This week’s photo challenge: “[W]hat is guaranteed to distract you? What is your ‘Ooh, shiny!’?” * Honestly, my guaranteed “ooh, shiny!” is dragonflies…and to a (slightly) lesser extent, butterflies. But, as Andrea (WordPress’s challenge author this week) talked about butterflies already in the challenge description (and I just recently talked about dragonflies myself!), I decided […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: OOH, SHINY!
This week’s photo challenge: “This week, let’s get into the thick of things…share your take on “dense.”” * A tree (cherry? apple? something else? I’m not sure!! I think cherry…), dense with flowers. I love Spring!! 🙂 * Pic taken at Maymont Park, Richmond, VA, last weekend.Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: DENSE
This week’s photo challenge from WordPress: “In your photo this week, show how opposites can tell a story about people, places, or objects. The tension can reside in what you choose to show — old vs. new, big vs. small, dark vs. light — or in how you frame and design your shot.” * * […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: OPPOSITES
Today’s blogging prompt from WordPress was the single word: PLEASURE. * The constant (as in, pretty much every time they go outside, they bring me something!) gifts of vegetation I get from my kids this time of year are part of what make the summertime season special. Flowers, petals, leaves, interesting blades of grass, rocks, […]Read More Daily Blogging Prompt: PLEASURE
This week’s photo challenge: “…[S]hare your vision of our glorious Mother Earth.” * I love wildflowers!! **Taken at the Claude Moore Colonial Farm in Mclean, VA, on Sunday**Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: EARTH
This week’s photo challenge: “This week, look down and capture the ground beneath your feet.” * This particular plant was started as a seed by my son with his second grade class. The project was to give the seedlings as Mother’s Day gifts…and he did. And it was appreciated! But he couldn’t remember what kind […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: BENEATH YOUR FEET
This week’s photo challenge: “Intricate: what does it mean to you? Show us your interpretation.” * I would have called these little yellow flowers “simple” until I saw them contrasted against the brick today – and then I really saw them. I’ve always liked Spring, but this is the first Spring I can remember wherein […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: INTRICATE