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Summer Lovin’

Show us something you love.  It could be your favorite novel,

the light of the moon on your deck at night, the beach on a hot day,

or that special you-know-who.  Get creative!

Miracles of Summer

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Weekly Photo Challenge:  Containers

Boxes, tanks, wrappers:  for this week’s Photo Challenge, show us something that contains something else.

More Shop Art

It was the container of all containers somewhere in a courtyard in Arizona.

And it was around Halloween.

And I have never forgotten it.

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Weekly Photo Challenge:  Relic

Share a photo of what “relic” means to you – it could be your still running 1979 Honda Accord Hatchback, an historic building in your town, or an old, rusted farm implement poking up through the long grass in a field.

Roots Cling to Life

Touch me.

I was once alive

and real.

Try to remember.

 

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Half a Storm 2

 

 

Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Between

This week, in a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo that says BETWEEN.  It can be a literal interpretation of something between other things or a more figurative approach  Try photographing the moments between the moments.
The breaths, The sighs, The stolen glances.  Show us anything that means between to you.

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RoundbalesWeekly Photo Challenge:  Room

In this week’s photo challenge, share your take on the idea of room – it could be an actual room in your house, a favorite gallery in your local museum, a cubicle at work.  You could also take this challenge in a more abstract direction, and show us where you feel like you have room – or lack of it.

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Mom Notes

Some of Mom’s Notes in Her Own Hand

This  Weekly Photo Challenge is “letters.”  I immediately thought of  Mom who died 21 years ago.  I didn’t quite understand why but I could never part with the little card notes she used to attach to gifts.  They were always clever little mini-letters that had special meanings.  Over the years I finally realized the notes were my mother’s messages of love.  Each  refers to some important phase of my life, some special thing I was yearning for, some incident or occasion that must have seemed all important to me at the time.   I do not recall  the phases or the occasions or even what the presents were, but the letters turned out to be the real gifts.

Are you wondering who Dorf is?  

When my new little brother was learning to talk he called me Dorfy instead of Dorothy.  

That morphed into “Dorf” and that has always been my nickname in the family.

 

 

 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Street life

For this challenge, document the movement (or stillness) of a street: tell a story with your snapshot, capture a scene that reveals a bit about a place, or simply show us where you live – or a path you often take.  In a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo that brings a street to life.

Street Lines

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Weekly Photo Challenge:  Perspective

This week’s photo challenge is about perspective:

post a photo which is not what it seems to be.

Come to Mother

Come to Mother

Give Me a Hug

The Hugging Tree

Reaching for the Sky

Reaching for the Sky

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Window

This week, in a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo with a window.

I’m late responding to this week’s challenge, but here goes……..

Kitchen Window Sky Lights

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Come Closer - Please!

Come Closer – Please!

Weekly Photo Challenge:  One

Every good photograph needs a focal point.  It is the thing that draws the viewer’s eye and tells the story. 

This week, in a post created specifically for this challenge, show us ONE.

Rosa the Beautiful

Every time I pass by the neighbor’s house, I wave at Rosa.  Sometimes I even stop to roll down the window and say, “Hi” and chat a while.

Rosa is a horse.

She always looks me straight in the eyes and practically begs for company. 

There she is – one lone horse watching the road, waiting.  I can’t resist!

Most times I slow down and wave but sometimes I stop to chat and she listens very carefully.  She always looks me right in the eyes.  We have hardly met up close but there is this strange, unexplainable one to one connection between me and that horse.  It’s as if we have known each other before.

People might say I’m daft to be stopping the car to talk to a horse. 

But there’s this one to one thing going on that always makes me feel happier either coming or going.

I think she waits for me and the visit makes Rosa feel happier too.

  

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