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Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned


(Two images) I love abandoned ruins, perhaps because my imagination can run wild thinking of who used to dwell here, what were they like, why did this become abandoned? This particular old stone relic sits on the roadside on a winding road in Ireland. Massive in size, it looks oh-so-cold, except for the green ivy that has decided to call this home.

To see other interpretations of abandoned, check out the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge here.

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Spanish Moss


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Food Glorious Food

This vulture was searching for some of that “food glorious food” around the woods behind our house. Lucky me, I was outside with my camera and got lots of great shots, which even showed me the hidden beauty of a vulture – its beautiful wings and feathers!

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Wordless Wednesday | 2-26-14


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One Image | Three Perspectives – 02-25-14

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A Word a Week Challenge: Atmospheric

atmospheric – adjective
pertaining to, existing in, or consisting of the atmosphere
(two images)

Fog on Pond

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Clouds Over Moon


To see other interpretations of Atmospheric, check out Sue’s blog here.

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What Is It?!? – Week 8/52

Colors are the smiles of nature. – Leigh Hunt

I was quite pleased with the outcome of this macro photograph, which is your eighth weekly “what is it?!?” mystery picture, ready for your guessing pleasure. Do you know? Can you tell?

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What Was That?!? Last Week’s Picture (Week 7/52)

Fabio mused, “It seems like muscle. It is hard to be guessed!” Not muscle, although I can see that! Tracy thought, “Cooked pasta:-) with water running over it!!!” Not cooked pasta with water running over it, but that is a really neat perspective. Preeti guessed, “a part of some porcelain figure??” Not part of a porcelain figure. “Is it hair?? lovely long golden tresses” Not hair, but I can see that, too. And then Mic came along and guessed, “Some type of synthetic rope?” Ding ding ding!

Yes, what you saw was rope (synthetic), which is part of the handle on a laundry tub.


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Macro Monday | 2-24-14


The heavenly Camellias, winter’s gift of flowers.

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Mr. Cardinal


Another visitor to our Bradford Pear tree, Mr. Cardinal. I just love his crown. (Two images)

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Looking up into the majestic trees.