In response to the Daily Post’s weekly Photo Challenge for this week…
A Christmas gift from one of my daughters, who is quite the photographer, was a set of “macro” filters to fit my lens. I call them my “cheat macro lenses”. I’ve only begun to experiment with them. 🙂
This mug was a gift from another daughter. And the rooibos chai seen steeping within was a gift last year from this same daughter, who has taught me that THIS is not really tea!
And the circle of life is ever present…
I admit it. I was not the kind of mother who dressed her daughters in lacy ruffles and patent leather shoes for the holidays. Shameful, I know!
This was taken on Easter Sunday at their grandparents’ house and all I can say is they were comfortable. 🙂
Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio
This weekend I watched as my nephew was awarded his 4th black belt. Extraordinary! Part of the ceremony included a loved one helping to tie the new belt. A mother’s hands are ordinary and extraordinary at the same time:
Weekly Photo Challenge: (Extra)Ordinary
The ocean has always inspired me…something about it’s vastness and power and peacefulness. And sunset over the ocean is doubly inspiring.
This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge
Here I am, coming in just under the wire… Normally, I cheat and just dig through my archives for the weekly photo challenge, but when I saw the theme for this week, I thought, “Aha!”
I have all those colors growing in my yard right now!
Since it’s in every photo, I didn’t need one for green. And my blue, indigo, and violet may not match everyone’s definitions…but darn close enough! 🙂
Check out other answers to this challenge: Weekly Photo Challenge: Roy G. Biv
In response to this week’s Challenge …
…floating on air…
This plover found its reward after a short dig in the sand… and, in addition, I was rewarded with capturing this shot!
Weekly Photo Challenge: Reward
I think this is only the 3rd “selfie” I’ve ever taken. The first two I called “self-portraits”. Go figure…
Behold the current condition of a citronella torch that I failed to put away at the end of the summer…
There is art in nature, like in the beauty and strength of the trees, and then there is Art…